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Where is the cute one Dan......she is the only reason I tune in......JK
Not a bad idea. Thank you for the tubing bending tips!
Another great video Dan, I really enjoy your work, oh and I saw a ghost at 14:10
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
Great, helpful video!
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.
Sir a script would really present your ideas in a more thorough and clear.
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.
How can I get some of your lenses?
just put a rocket stove/RMH into your house if you want quick air heat.
Make more videos, you are a good scientist who brilliantly explains stuff.
I'm so happy this guy's still making videos love it keep it up x
Always good to see you mate👍👍
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
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?.
It’s not green if your burning fuel dumasses
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?
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.
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?
What happened with Denise?