pool solar water heater -my solar water heater

May 31, 2014 – 12:21 am

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  1. 15 Responses to “pool solar water heater -my solar water heater”

  2. Hey, where’s the data? This is a great contraption but pretty useless
    without any numbers!

    By Brett Elumbaugh on May 31, 2014

  3. what are you spending on electric for this monthly. A blk solar pool cover
    will give you the same gain and keep heat loss down overnite. No elec pump

    By Lawrence Fawcett on May 31, 2014

  4. great solar water heater, I have mine to and its really working awesome!!

    By Glenn Hough on May 31, 2014

  5. Useless without temperature results. No real point in making the vid. Thumb

    By Bill Porter on May 31, 2014

  6. and the result was?

    By Tom Callahan on May 31, 2014

  7. nothing like an off the wall Pink Floyd song being PICKED at! No pun
    intended Mr. JESPER HANSEN. great music by the way.

    By thechad80s on May 31, 2014

  8. Stats? What is the temperature gain? And does the paint protect the PEX
    from sunlight? 

    By mcqueena1 on May 31, 2014

  9. Wheres the stats for water temp?

    By mikstaa27 on May 31, 2014

  10. my solar water heater
    my solar water heater

    By wing Chow on May 31, 2014

  11. Nice project…. but that music is just awful!

    By TheConcorden TC on May 31, 2014

  12. When it comes to solar heating,…. nothing beats a good solar blanket, I
    switched over to a Thermoshield solar blanket, it is blue on top and black
    on the bottom, makes a noticeable difference. Use the entire surface of
    your pool as a solar heater, hoses and pipes will never beat it. Way too
    much water in a full size pool. Do the calculation you will see.

    By storypunman on May 31, 2014

  13. any performance numbers?

    By John Rogers on May 31, 2014

  14. Great plan, a couple issues. PEX degrades in sunlight. Pex grades are
    different, standard not meant for closed loop system with iron parts in it,
    such as fittings and pump, need to use Radiant floor type PEX, and I would
    use drip mist type tubing for direct sun exposure.

    By dzappss1 on May 31, 2014

  15. Thanks for the great video. Thanks for not talking it all to death, but
    letting the pictures show the work instead. Thank God for mute function to
    shut of the cat-tail-dragging music…

    By Jesper Hansen on May 31, 2014

  16. I calculated You can gain 1°C (2°F) on a good Day. (I have the same Pool
    and I built the very same Deck! lol)

    By VederchiHarry on May 31, 2014

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