This is the second version of the cheapest heater in the world. It is actually do much more effective. Maybe there are additional uses as you scale up the size . You could maybe boil water or heat up food.
ALWAYS USE IN A WELL VENTILATED ROOM PREFERABLY WITH A CO ALARM INSTALLED
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Step 1: You Will Need to Source or Buy the Following Items
1x clay pot 37cm
2x clay pot 25cm
1 x pot saucer 37cm
6 x clay pot feet
1x nut roof style about 10 cm
2 x butterfly nut
3x washers same hole size as the bolt( M6 )
Firstly you will need to put the clay feet in the configuration show above in the big tray.
Step 3: Attach Smaller Clay Pots Together to Increase the Heating Element Apacity
Use the screw and nuts to pass through the hole at the bottom and use the washer as shown to block the holes completely both insode and outside the pots. and align the two smaller clay pots together as shown . this is done to increase the heating element capacity
Step 4: Screw Tight
when the two pots are correvlty aligned screw the buttefly nut tight to secure them together
Step 5: Add the Canldes and Extra Feet
Use the 5 canlde configuration and add the extra 3 feet on the reem of the pplate as shown. next reverse the smaller pots upsite down and use the small inside feet to prop up
next step is to add the big clay pot and keep repplacing the candles. i use 8 hour one now and i keep it going dailiy....use a thermometer to observe the rise in heat ...ENJOY
CHECK THE VIDEO FOR AN EXPLANATION OF THE WAY IT WORKS AND ALSO CHECK THE ORIGINAL VIDEO OF THE FIRST ONE
PLEASE EXERCISE CAUTION WITH THIS PROJECT AS THERE ARE HOT PARTS AND OPEN FLAMES.
Daelke made it!