Introduction: DIY 50 Cent Water Heater
I live in a rural area outside Bangalore, where I see people struggling to boil water daily for bathing. People are cutting a lot of trees in order to get wood, this is also very time consuming for the family and generates a lot of harmful smoke in homes. An electric heater costs more than 400 rupees, which isn't affordable. Hence, I made this $0.5 water heater which boil the water very quickly, and is pollution free.
Maker name : Shivaraju. R
Location: Banjarapalya E4D Makerspace
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Step 1: Take All the Components
1. Nut and bolt or (any two metal pieces)
3. wood piece ( I used an ice cream stick)
2. Hot-glue gun
Step 2: Connect the Positive and Negative Wires to the Bolts
Remove the insulation sleeve of the wire.
Take two nuts and bolts, make connection for your water heater as shown in the image.
Step 3: Put the Wood Piece
Take the nut and bolt and then put the wood piece in between the nut and bolt as shown in the image.
Step 4: Final Step of the Project
After that you need to fix the wood piece in between the two bolts by applying the hot-glue at both ends.
Step 5: Finally Your Project Ready !
Finally your project is ready to use.
(Don't put your hands inside the water when it's turned on, it will electrocute you!)