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Tesla was incredible. What you have here really interests me. Thanks for sharing.I have a non electric gravity fed pellet stove that I heat my house with all winter. It has an attachment capable of producing 160 degrees of constant steam that could be used to power this type of turbine.If I were to use this with the turbine do you think I could run my house with this set up adding a couple of pulleys to increase the torque and an electric motor.Would it produce enough power to run 3 appliances water heater, dryer, and stove requiring 220?Would it be capable of running lights, fridge, TV's, computers?My average electric bill is $200.00 I think the KW per HR is about 8 cents.Any feedback would be appreciated.
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