fresnel lens solar concentrator -3 FRESNEL LENS SOLAR HEATER SUN COLLECTION GREEN ENERGY

November 21, 2012 – 9:24 am

Www.greenpowerscience.com ** BIG 44 “X 34″ FRESNEL LENS 3600 degrees F. SUPER HOT STAINLESS STEEL plasma torch

** These water filtration systems offer an alternative to water damage cause by several causes. This solar distiller can creat water deliver of .5 GPH www.greenpowerscience.com There are a lot of websites that quote the same incorrect information regarding distilled water in soda and mineral leaching. If this were true, and it is not, it would be poured and water with sugar or artificial sweetener would become heavy. If you are interested, add Na 10 mg per liter. Also, eating food with water, all minerals are mixed with fluid in the stomach converting distilled water into mineral water. Distilled water is not magic, if you add a splash of milk to tea made with distilled water, you now have 10 times the calcium mineral water. www.eves-best.com Distilled water is very good for you. The only areas that can cause a problem is developing nations that have near famine conditions. For the rest of the world who usually ingest 15x sodium recommended, distilled water salt leaches before. Only if you are lacking in salt (extremely rare) will distilled potassium excess water and lye or football. You would need to drink about 2 liters in 10 hours for the existence of a problem. If heavy sweating, water of any kind is only a thirst quencher or temporary correction fluid. Most people can afford 7 pounds of sweat (near gallon) replaced with only water before electrolytes become an issue. At that point, electrolytes are required regardless of the type of water ingested. The mineral water has very little track

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  1. 50 Responses to “fresnel lens solar concentrator -3 FRESNEL LENS SOLAR HEATER SUN COLLECTION GREEN ENERGY”

  2. Soooooo you just burn shit with them? Sounds like fun for about an hour….

    By IBLOWN on Nov 21, 2012

  3. I wonder… could one of these lenses be used with a solar panel?

    By AgeOfDarkness94 on Nov 21, 2012

  4. heads up: be extremely careful around that galvanized steel when your “cooking” it! OSHA REQUIRES that a full VOC and particulate respirator be worn when welding galvanized pipe. it releases toxic fumes that will ruin your lungs in a matter of minutes.

    By AgeOfDarkness94 on Nov 21, 2012

  5. heads up: be extremely careful around that galvanized steel when your “cooking” it! OSHA REQUIRES that a full VOC and particulate respirator be worn when welding galvanized pipe. it releases toxic fumes that will ruin your lungs in a matter of minutes.

    By AgeOfDarkness94 on Nov 21, 2012

  6. Free Energy is real and its here but the coverup is strong, if you are interested in a REAL free energy machine then

    just search for the LT MAGNET MOTOR in the youtube video search , it is probably the ONLY working magnet

    motor out there. Join the free energy revolution!!

    By fittingciobb on Nov 21, 2012

  7. you could placed a huge pan, fiil it with water, and put a big stone inside of it, in a specific shape and a specific placement. so it would look like an ‘iceberg’ (body inside, and a small tip above water surface) and then, place the fresnel beam to this tip.

    the stone will boil the water, and you can cook. ‘energy-free cooking’

    By aceofspades02 on Nov 21, 2012

  8. dude, what wuz the crackling sound

    By pianokd11 on Nov 21, 2012

  9. All this pollution from oil is completely OPTIONAL just from this source alone!

    By UnoRaza on Nov 21, 2012

  10. Awesome video!

    By zakamusthegreat on Nov 21, 2012

  11. grandioso

    By drekto16 on Nov 21, 2012

  12. look up solar heaters. you can make them urself!

    By sunnus on Nov 21, 2012

  13. Where did you get the lens?

    By sunnus on Nov 21, 2012

  14. Thanks for the fascinating videos, but I am just a newbe at science looking for practical ways to get off the grid and light-up and heat-up my dark and chilly cabin … can you tell me how to put this solar source to some practical use other than burning up my damaged kitchen ware? I’m running out of pots to burn up!

    By menderfire9 on Nov 21, 2012

  15. Thank you for enjoying our videos and for taking the time to comment and follow up.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 21, 2012

  16. thanks for your answer. I have checked out your newer videos’s. Much better! Cool experiments.

    By theoriginalemje on Nov 21, 2012

  17. Camera man had wielding goggles on and hand held a special filter to protect the CCD in the camera from the intense light. Check out our latest videos shot with our Canon XHA1:-) It has manual F stop, shutter and a neutral density filter. Helps a lot. :-) Thank for the comment.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 21, 2012

  18. gotta say the camera man needs practice…..

    By theoriginalemje on Nov 21, 2012

  19. If you go slowly focusing the fresnel over concrete probably you will melt it; but if you focus the lens on the surface and you move suddenly along the surface probably you will hear concrete cracking like “pop corn”. I have done that before. Congratulations You are doing a wonderful work.

    By OtroNocturno on Nov 21, 2012

  20. To break concrete you need to heat for a few minutes and apply water. If the melting point of you rocks are below 2000f yes.

    Please let me know if you have any other questions.
    Thank You:-)

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 21, 2012

  21. With a fresnell lens it is possible to break concrete almost instantaneously, and to fuse small volcanic rocks.

    By OtroNocturno on Nov 21, 2012

  22. I used to cook hamburgers in five minutes putting the meat between the fresnell and the focus, I recommend You the solar flavor, is delicious.

    By OtroNocturno on Nov 21, 2012

  23. wow i find this amazing, the power of the sun.
    i was looking at solar ovens,and thought it would be good to have one of those.
    just imagine if you could use that energy to heat a tank of water. like the hot water for the house.

    By steviebboy69 on Nov 21, 2012

  24. THANK YOU, I WILL ADD A WARNING.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 21, 2012

  25. Actually “melting” zinc is not dangerous, but you are ABSOLUTELY RIGHT about “burning” it. Since we are always outside because of the sun, it is only a concern when there is no breeze. Zinc is a lot safer than lead as lead is stored in the tissue vs. being flushed like excessive zinc. Most wielders are warned about wielding galvanized sheets because of the zinc oxide fumes. Lead is not mentioned because there is no reason to wield it. THANK YOU, I will add warning!

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 22, 2012

  26. hey dude that zinc gas will give you brain damage just in case you decide to do that in a less ventilated area.

    By scottnebo on Nov 22, 2012

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  28. Slap a “Greenpowerscience l’eau de feu” label on it and sell it for $4 a bottle.

    By MrBeckett74 on Nov 22, 2012

  29. Read the book Dancng with water by MJ Pangman

    By azizeqab on Nov 22, 2012

  30. I am not an Environmentalist or anything but Im sorry this is cool!

    By Javageek95 on Nov 22, 2012

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    By saesaetanntannkodomo on Nov 22, 2012

  32. good video man, white lighting with out fire and smoke.

    By fox9577 on Nov 22, 2012

  33. if i need such a big magnifying glass y dont i just use that money
    to buy water or a fltr ???

    By mickey blue on Nov 22, 2012

  34. The sunlight boiled the water. Which them became steam, that steam is forced through the pipe, coming out the other other side, where it cools off again and becomes water once again.

    By TheBlackWaltz on Nov 22, 2012

  35. The size of the lens to the target is what makes it work. All magnifying glasses/Fresnel Lenses/Parabolic Mirrors concentrate the sunlight vs amplifying it. So if your lens is 2 times the size of the target, you can boil water in about 8-12 minutes. 4 times larger would be about 5 minutes. This is about 60:1 ratio.

    By GREENPOWERSCIENCE on Nov 22, 2012

  36. How long would that take with a regular magnifying glass?

    By c0c0nu7s on Nov 22, 2012

  37. i’m thinking you still need to boil the water…

    By smartpeeple on Nov 22, 2012

  38. Have you tried this experiment using a small scale version of your aqua lens? Unless a camper has a hand held magnifier type Fresnel lens, I can imagine them carrying a clear vinyl sheet and using available tree limbs to construct an aqua lens.

    By darthom on Nov 22, 2012

  39. Stainless Steel fire extinguisher for heating the water? I use one with a wood burning pit, copper line into a S/S tea kettle. I recently got a lens from a big screen and was wondering how you mounted that overhead. Did you back that with a piece of glass for support? I find that the lens it is quite flimsy by itself.

    By makethemaccountable on Nov 22, 2012

  40. love what you do here guys. Keep up the creativity. I enjoyed it greatly.

    By renaissanceman32 on Nov 22, 2012

  41. Why do a UV zap if you are going to vaporize it and send it through copper? Is it because some of the lifeforms can float in the steam? Would it be more logical you think to zap it after when there is no cloud in the water?

    By TravistheHuman on Nov 22, 2012

  42. Copper is one of the best choices these days because bacteria won’t grow in it.

    By TravistheHuman on Nov 22, 2012

  43. Copper is one of the best choices these days because bacteria won’t grow in it.

    By TravistheHuman on Nov 22, 2012

  44. Well in India I was often offered water that smelled like raw sewage and industrial wast. Even if it was boiled it my still cause diarrhea and maybe cancer. You don’t know how long you will be drinking it. In some places wells have powerful drugs that have been flushed down toilets upstream.

    By TravistheHuman on Nov 22, 2012

  45. Well in India I was often offered water that smelled like raw sewage and industrial wast. Even if it was boiled it my still cause diarrhea and maybe cancer. You don’t know how long you will be drinking it. In some places wells have powerful drugs that have been flushed down toilets upstream.

    By TravistheHuman on Nov 22, 2012

  46. Isn’t just boiling the water enough to make it safe to drink? Of course, distilling it is even better, but if you are going through this process in a life saving situation, skip the distilling, boil the water and call it a day.

    By dslynx on Nov 22, 2012

  47. Why not just use a metal pot instead of untempered glass?

    By nipponese on Nov 22, 2012

  48. does a distiller filter everything out of the water like flouride.

    By jangofet555 on Nov 22, 2012

  49. going to the store and buying purified water is faster yet. But that’s missing the point, just like you are.

    By EstouDeToa on Nov 22, 2012

  50. Great idea as usual Some are saying it isn’t good to drink much distilled water & they’re right but in case of a disaster or gov meltdown wtever reason you’d have to make a decision of either contaminated or distilled I’d pick this kind every time Everyone that goes hiking camping or mountain climbing should always take a fresnel lens a mirror & a knife just in case Lastly when the bottle broke you had very little in the clear jar & alot in the blue one I’ll bet tap water was used in the end 8^)

    By danas54 on Nov 22, 2012

  51. I did get a laugh out of the scene of the safety glasses right after the one with the exploding bottle. Either way a good video

    By Drunkgrenadier on Nov 22, 2012

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