Forced Air Heater under $100 DIY wood Frame

FIGHT HIGH HEATING OIL prices and save money for other things like paying your mortgage or refinancing your home. Hope this helps:-) Note: Look T THE VIDEO RESPONSES THEY ARE VERY GOOD! This is a prototype easy to build rooftop forced air heater that produces 45 degree increases at a high CFM CFPM rate. This one is made out of cardboard. A real one can be made out of weather proof material COROPLAST.
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<p>Pretty cool, but how well does this method work during the night?</p>
This should actually help me a lot when I am sitting down spending hours going through all of my <a href="http://livecontactleads.com/Mortgage_Live_Transfers.html" rel="nofollow">internet mortgage leads</a>.
This approach looks pretty interesting... using air for heat transfer instead of the standard water/oil. <br> <br>I know with my shop-vac (Earlex brand), a fair amount of heat is generated when the machine is under load and a lot of it comes out outlet port. It might be interesting to have one thermometer on the air leaving the vac and another on the air leaving the air-frame, just to measure the difference. <br> <br>Also, assuming it wouldn't overload the unit, this would be a great approach to combine with, say, a whole-house built in vacuum system. The compressor/air-mover would (I assume) be much more efficient, in terms of air displacement/energy used and it would do double duty, in terms of heating AND helping to keep the house clean. <br> <br>As well, it would have built-in air filtration, ensuring that the roof-unit wouldn't get clogged with airborne dust and debris. <br> <br>Great food for thought! <br> <br>-Permutation Jim

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