evacuated tube solar water heater -29 Below Solar Water Heat Vacuum Tube Test PT1

October 19, 2014 – 6:24 pm

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  1. 25 Responses to “evacuated tube solar water heater -29 Below Solar Water Heat Vacuum Tube Test PT1”

  2. sweet

    By ShawnCFarm on Oct 19, 2014

  3. 29 below… God Bless ya Brother!! More interesting stuff!!☺

    By 805ROADKING on Oct 19, 2014

  4. Great information. Thank you for sharing.

    By shazizz on Oct 19, 2014

  5. Great video.

    By Ron on Oct 19, 2014

  6. Where did you buy them and was shipping + customs duties & customs broker
    fees expensive ? (What is the normal set size 10 tubes) ?

    By Dicofole on Oct 19, 2014

  7. Yeah, they pull from chromatic light spectrum. It would be interesting to
    see how well Infrared light does with these systems. Thanks for sharing :) 

    By Diadon Acs on Oct 19, 2014

  8. I am interested to find out more and what can it be used for.

    By MrWillis5719 on Oct 19, 2014

  9. amazing stuff

    By boxer3main on Oct 19, 2014

  10. Can we see a cloudy day test?

    By Diadon Acs on Oct 19, 2014

  11. Grouta- about 10 years ago I read the original SolarMax design team was
    also working on a nightime infrared tube so heat could be produced 24hrs.
    Not sure if that went into production or not.

    By Sherwood FiftyThirtyBC on Oct 19, 2014

  12. By IHcubcadet on Oct 20, 2014

  13. Very interesting. Looking forward to part 2. Thanks!

    By Fred Miller on Oct 20, 2014

  14. Very cool none the less!

    By Jordan Berghaus on Oct 20, 2014

  15. Now that is cool i am intregued to see the inners now! Great vid as always

    By Dave77124 on Oct 20, 2014

  16. Those are pretty neat. WSE out of Saskatoon sold them or ones like them
    when I looked at them a couple of years ago. The ones I looked into didn’t
    have the copper insert. I just couldn’t pencil them out though, natural gas
    is just so reasonable out here yet.

    By landlockedviking on Oct 20, 2014

  17. Mount a few of those on the roof n’ have a well insulated tank to hold the
    water for a radiant floor heating system. Would kinda suck when its cloudy,
    or at night. :P 

    By Lacider on Oct 20, 2014

  18. Remarkable! Very cool Grout…, or i guess i should say…, thats a hot
    item you have there. I want one, or to make one. I’m watching you. thx!

    By Darcy Klyne on Oct 20, 2014

  19. Hey another cameo of that awesome wall clock. The ability to boil
    water gives us some idea of the sun’s power, even as low in the sky as it
    is in Canada. If only we could harness and store the energy of mother
    nature. “Store” being the operative word.

    By tharp78 on Oct 20, 2014

  20. That’s so cool er I mean hot. :-P 

    By cecil6711 on Oct 20, 2014

  21. My word, this thing is awesome. 

    By 100GTAGUY on Oct 20, 2014

  22. It’s sad these are not as developped as all the on-grid energy source.
    Guess it’s better for some people to force you to remain dependant on them.

    By Veikra on Oct 20, 2014

  23. I’ve always wanted to know exactly how those worked. Been on my to do list
    for quite a while! I’m excited to see part 2 and more! Thanks for the post!

    By ScanMan79 on Oct 20, 2014

  24. Where can you buy these tubes?

    By biggun1960 on Oct 20, 2014

  25. Wow that’s nuts. Just from solar.

    By IHcubcadet on Oct 20, 2014

  26. By Alex Xu on Oct 20, 2014

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