Heat shower water generator exhaust Solar Heat exchanger Part 3 prepping

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  • Published on:  Saturday, March 30, 2019
  • This is part 3 of the copper heat exchanger and solar water video series. This video I am testing to see if the exhaust system of an electric portable generator can be used to heat water for bating in an emergency power outage for prepping.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/z-FvyDJUbwk


  • Harley Man

    Harley Man

     1 months ago

    Where is the cute one Dan......she is the only reason I tune in......JK

  • Walter Melons

    Walter Melons

     1 months ago

    Not a bad idea. Thank you for the tubing bending tips!

  • So Lucky

    So Lucky

     1 months ago

    Another great video Dan, I really enjoy your work, oh and I saw a ghost at 14:10

  • Bio Minter

    Bio Minter

     1 months ago

    I have a lens that I emailed u about but never showed u. I would like u to show the world. It's really the easiest simplest lens out there

  • Kendall Kessler

    Kendall Kessler

     2 months ago

    Great, helpful video!

  • Dan Burch

    Dan Burch

     3 months ago

    You mentioned that you shouldn't use the exhaust to heat air for your heat source due to potential CO poisoning. Actually, VWs used a heat exchanger wrapped round the exhaust manifold to provide cabin heat to the passenger compartment on their air cooled vehicle engines. I agree though. DIY people shouldn't be designing something like that.

  • Authority can Suck it with Authority

    Authority can Suck it with Authority

     4 months ago +1

    Sir a script would really present your ideas in a more thorough and clear.

  • Authority can Suck it with Authority

    Authority can Suck it with Authority

     4 months ago

    No pump but a "Heat Pump" will ever heat water any noticeable amount, that would be completely ridiculous.
    In Colorado we used 400 feet of inch and a quarter Poly pipe to heat our pool. With the insulation blanket and small pump after 3 days of Sunshine the pool would stay 80 or so.

  • janice simon

    janice simon

     5 months ago

    How can I get some of your lenses?

  • TheKlink


     5 months ago +1

    just put a rocket stove/RMH into your house if you want quick air heat.

  • NightCrawller


     6 months ago +1

    Make more videos, you are a good scientist who brilliantly explains stuff.

  • Sir_Ellias


     6 months ago +1

    I'm so happy this guy's still making videos love it keep it up x

  • Darren Corbett

    Darren Corbett

     6 months ago +2

    Always good to see you mate👍👍

  • Joseph DuPont

    Joseph DuPont

     7 months ago

    Why when you just make a heat exchanger with some Plumbing fixtures coaxial heat exchanger using iron pipe and just screw it into the the engine exhaust? This is Mickey Mouse

  • David Long

    David Long

     7 months ago

    I am not able to watch Your Videos regularly,but I enjoy Them when I do watch Them.Have You ever made a solar powered forge for blacksmithing,will the Sun melt Steel without expensive Equipment?.

  • Ralph Colborn

    Ralph Colborn

     7 months ago

    It’s not green if your burning fuel dumasses



     7 months ago +1

    Thanks for the video. I liked it... 5 times. I don't know why but I would like it n notice after scrolling that my like would go away. After the 5th time I gave up, what's up w that YouTube?

  • 101AOK


     7 months ago +1

    Look pal GET USED TO THE IDEA!!! If I'm at YOUR site...I'm in the RIGHT PLACE....! You betch cha. You rock my friend.

  • Mitch and Cassie Shepherd

    Mitch and Cassie Shepherd

     7 months ago +1

    How about submerge the entire exhaust system in water then have a heat exchanger in the heated up fluid? Possibly submerge the entire engine with a driveshaft connecting to the generator head unit?

  • Bob Vance

    Bob Vance

     7 months ago

    What happened with Denise?