How to make alkaline water
Asked by ukflyer 6 years ago
Asked by deadend_designs 9 years ago
I would like to know how to make a machine that is solar powered and turns air into water. There are devices that create 30 Litres of water in 24 hours. Even though the device that I would like to make is powered by solar it should still provide water during the day provided that there is suffecient humidity in the air. Please help!
Asked by Louvan 5 years ago
So where can i find the apparatus needed and their circuits if possible? cos I'm very new to all this and any help will be really appreciated!!! hope to hear from you people out there soon!!! cheers!!! ;D
Asked by akshaydhankher 6 years ago
Our cat is keeping us up at night and we need a remote trainer to squirt when she claws at the door. We've tried sneaking up and squirting under the door but the floor squeaks and she hears us coming- therefore her behavior has gotten worse because she is getting attention. We are losing sleep and can't afford a $150 citronella sprayer. Any ideas you may have would be much appreciated. (For those of you who have cat advice we don't want/need more- she gets plenty of attention throughout the day, we've tried letting her sleep with us, and she can't be trusted to roam free at night. We need a cat training tool)
Asked by jsthiel 3 years ago
Asked by RichardH369 6 months ago
Ok, so you have a hot water cylinder full of hot water... no matter in which way it is heated, how does it stay hot all the way until all the hot water is used up when you having a shower or whatever?... which seems like a full tank, piping hot until the end. If you are replacing the hot water with cold water as it is being used would this not just regulate the water temp and make it colder straight away? If you have a hot cup of tea, just add a little cold water... why does this not happen with a hot water cylinder? Thanks
Asked by howgoodisit 4 years ago
Asked by MilJ 7 years ago
Why is that water displacement is being used in collecting oxygen and hydrogen gases/
Asked by jambea 5 years ago
I have a water service pipe in an uninsulated building, how do I keep it from freezing?
Asked by beancounter 8 months ago
A water bottle of salt water would be conductive. if it were to set there for a year or so will it still be conductive. assuming you shake it around a bit to remix the settled salt
Asked by ismael01 6 years ago
Does anyone have any plans or ideas for a DIY drinking water condenser? Something that can make water from the air would be fantastic, especially as climate change starts to have more and more of an impact on the availability of clean water. Electric powered should be fine, directly solar powered might be more difficult. Any thoughts?
Posted by foul_owl 4 years ago
For example if a hurricane knocks the power out and you need warm or hot water?
Asked by thom23 9 years ago
How can you make a water bottle for hamsters? Preferably using recycled plastic bottles.
Asked by romer_872 8 years ago
I am trying to replace a popoff valve on my gas water heater, the heater is about 10 yrs old and is leaking at the plastic valve on the top where the water supply comes in. I have found a replacement but not sure how to get the old off and the new on?
Asked by kayneed 6 years ago
Just wanna know
Asked by pianolover10124353 5 years ago
I'm designing the perfect water weapon of mass soakage-the super water missile, and I'm shifting my attention to multistage water rocket thrust systems. My finished product will hopefully be able to reach high altitudes, acheive moderate horizontal distance, and either drop many water balloons over a specified target area, or be tipped with a very large water balloon for a "wet impact" (very wet). I don't know how multistage water rockets operate though, and there are no instructables on how to build them. I searched Google, and all I got was pictures. No DIY's, how-to's, or tutorials. Could anyone tell me (or better yet-show me) how to make a multistage water rocket-or at least how they operate?
Posted by MattGyver92 9 years ago
Since I do have a small greenhouse, I would like to generate some electricity for a electric car heater. I am thinking along the lines of a water wheel. Any idea how to circulate the water back and forth (up or down). Your input would be appreciated.
Asked by Rocky_Stutz 7 years ago
Hi, I was watching a video for a self watering system for plants (link below), and was wondering what the science behind it is called. I also had a problem where no water came out of the bottle because the hole I made at the bottom was too small. As soon as I unscrewed the cap a little, the water came gushing out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ffe7JfYyBFE Thanks :)
Posted by horsebones 3 years ago
I hypothesise that when is heat applied to a suitable sealed vessel, filled with water, and having a pipe into the base of the container below the water level, that when the water gets hot enough, it will exit the pipe under pressure. if anyone has any input or had experiance with this kind of a thing or knows of a device which works in the same or similar manner, i would like to hear from you. i though it could be a way of moving water with no moving parts or access to electricity, motors etc. thank Kim.C.S.B
Posted by QSDR 5 years ago
I heat my house with a barrel stove(w/plenum surround) that is in my basement. My propane water heater is 3 feet away and I wonder if I can add a coil of sometype and connect to the water heater and be able to control the water temp. Are there any plans out ther? Thanks for your help, David