solar heaters -ECOSHAH (solar hot air heater) winter performance

May 15, 2014 – 6:22 am

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  1. 28 Responses to “solar heaters -ECOSHAH (solar hot air heater) winter performance”

  2. what are your BTUH per sq. ft. Thanks

    Please see US 4515149 A

    By carlo sgroi on May 15, 2014


    By tcpnetworks on May 15, 2014

  4. Just started project on kickstarter.. Big new developments comming as soon
    as new patents filed

    By ECO SHAH on May 15, 2014

  5. I really dig the product, but why are you in Ontario using Fahrenheit??
    You’re in Canada use Celsius lol

    By Andre Barnett on May 15, 2014

  6. I will praise Thee, O LORD, among the people: and I will sing praises unto
    Thee among the nations. For Thy mercy is great above the heavens: and Thy
    truth reacheth unto the clouds. Be Thou exalted, O God, above the heavens:
    and Thy glory above all the earth – JESUS CHRIST IS LORD – JESUS CHRIST

    By GlobaISM on May 15, 2014

  7. this is nice.. I could heat my home the whole year!

    By Glenn Hough on May 15, 2014

  8. if the solar density were enough, the weather would not be cold. thus, you
    need to collect an area that is several times bigger than your house to
    make a difference. Otherwise, it would be better to make good choices of
    windows and insulation. then the whole hose will work like collector. Also,
    temperature alone is not meaningful ; you can get very high temp by small
    lens! . heat or thermal energy is related to temperature but they are not
    the same

    By Hamid A on May 15, 2014

  9. Does the solar heater draw in the cold air during the evening and night
    without the suns heat? Especially with Saskatchewan winters? 

    By Brent Colter on May 15, 2014

  10. well designed and well thought out. do you have any readings on the heat
    produced and the cooling effect produced ?

    By bos dad on May 15, 2014

  11. We have an almost identical garage to heat, with a south facing roof just
    like this. I have noticed that if it is above 45 degrees F, it is warm
    enough to perform most tasks, but ideally in the low 60’s is best. 

    By bodryn on May 15, 2014

  12. Would a solar collector whose outputs are at the top perform better as the
    heat naturally rises? Perhaps have the collector angled back while sitting
    on the ground?

    By David Egesdal on May 15, 2014

  13. More videos to make electricity.

    By Wesley Walker on May 15, 2014

  14. Petro-Canada phone? I want in. Nice chickencoup setup!

    By Louis-Philippe Bellier on May 15, 2014

  15. Winter. is winter

    By Terrence Fogden on May 15, 2014

  16. Are you using a fan to blow the hot air in, or is the hot just going to the
    cold naturally? Is it possible heat a home to 72 degrees?

    By 1buckdharma on May 15, 2014

  17. nice setup looks very profesional

    By joe muncey on May 15, 2014

  18. Wow that’s cool! Thanks for sharing that!

    By oatmealxyz on May 15, 2014

  19. It’s amazing how many people will log on to leave a message only to
    criticize or bitch about a man’s effort to better the world with comments
    about insulating the pipes or whatever. Why don’t you go build your own,
    smartass! It doesn’t take courage to bitch, takes courage to build
    something from scratch, improve on it, then share with the rest of us.
    Thanks, ECO SHAH!

    By silverstake88 on May 15, 2014

  20. thankyou,

    By martine. mjt on May 15, 2014

  21. Congratulations with this design and performance. I’ve made a smaller
    version: 0.6m x 6m. My temperature is going from 0°C to 82°C (82° at noon)
    on a sunny day. This year we’re having a very bad winter in Belgium
    (europe), with no sun. /watch?v=h3mr3X-5e_I I’ve used a USB temperature
    logger to log the temperature, on the end of the video you’ll see the
    statistic of a sunny day.

    By Hermans Bart on May 15, 2014

  22. insulate the pipes

    By natedawgk1972 on May 15, 2014

  23. This is an incredible video. I love the way you talk. You are very
    descriptive and answer all of my questions just as go on further into the
    video. These are very impressive results as well. For no moving parts, a
    fairly skinny panel, winter!, non insulated pvc ducting, poorly insulate
    chicken coop, and going from 0F – 53F with ZERO energy and ZERO moving
    parts, this is a true achievement in green tech. Thank you for sharing. I’m
    off to discover how to build one.

    By enticed2zeitgeist on May 15, 2014

  24. To enticed2zeitgeist. thanks for your wonderful endorsment. Check soon for
    more videos in the ecoshah. The ECOSHAH stands for Eviromental Cooling
    Optional Solar Hot Air Heater. We will have the air conditioning portion of
    the collector on video soon. Yes!!!! the same ecoshah will heat the house
    in winter and by changing the thermostat dial to cold the same ECOSHAH will
    air condition in summer. Patents are filed.

    By ECO SHAH on May 15, 2014

  25. Nice collector.But,please,.Insulate the pipes!!! You have tremendous heat
    loss through those uninsulated pipes.You may just use 6″ duct sleeve it’s
    R6 insul.and any Home Depot has it.

    By MB031 on May 15, 2014

  26. Thabks for comment nate. The output is at both ends at these temperature.
    When resurculating the air from inside a heated building the air
    temperature hit 180 degrees at both ends. Just wanted to show that the
    design acheives high heat even below zero temperature days with out air air
    input. This summer the same unit converts to air conditioner.

    By ECO SHAH on May 15, 2014

  27. We hope you enjoy our new video

    By Greenhill EnviroTechnologies Inc. on May 15, 2014

  28. Cool stuff!

    By 72daystar on May 15, 2014

  29. By Greenhill EnviroTechnologies Inc. on May 15, 2014

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