Thanks to all those people that had purchased plans last week I'm sorry parts of the plans arrived and others didn't
Where we were staying although a 4.8 million dollar apartment had poor internet and although I sent them to you, half returned with mail error.
So I'm now back a work to correct this, some of you may have even got it twice.
Thanks to Jason who have combined all three emails into one and has compacted them so now we can send one file with all 3 files brilliant, thanks so much Jason.
Heaters will be sent out this week, and more built so keep those order coming.
This is a totally free way to heat your home, I bet you never thought this type of heating would ever be available in your life time, but now it is, and people are buying these units, and heating not only their homes but pools and hotwater cylinder, and spa pool,
underfloor heating and radiators without the use of any power at all.
We're not asking for thousands of dollars for this invention either, like other company's on the web are. They build huge waste oil heaters which don't fit into a home.
We say you only pay for the unit once, and all your heating bills will be gone for years to come.
We make re-placment parts for you, should you every need any, which I can't see that happening for years to come.
We sell our furnaces from $387.62 US dollars or $500.00 NZ dollars.
If you are from overseas, buy our cheap plans for only $21.00USD and have it ready to go before winter or that cold spell comes again.
Our prices have dropped for the summer months an excellent time to purchase.
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Freight is about $70.00 for the length of New Zealand.
That's Mainstream Freight.
We are just in the new design stage for the wetbacks on the hot pot 9 units, with so many people wanting not only the house hot water heated, but also their spa pool, and the underfloor or radiators, all from one heating source that could sit outside the house in a small shed heating your world for free.
So the new system will now have 20mm copper pipes running the the full length inside the furnace. Each pipe will be 450mm long so for the pool we may need 2 lengths plumbed signally giving more volume, giving .900 mm of heating for your pool using a 40mm flow. The heating is a 24/7 operation of larger pools burning a 44 gallon drum a week of waste oil.
Another length of 450mm long pipe would service the hot water for the house, and the maybe another two lengths at 900mm long plumbed together to service the spa pool.
When you consider I have only 300mm of copper 20mm pipe in the flame and that heats my home with a radiator.
Feedback from a customer who brought our plans off our auction on Trademe and has built it and is now heating his spar pool.
Great trader. If ya thinkin of havin a go at makin one of these drip fed waste oil heaters, don't hesitate as the end result works really well and ain't that hard to do. Cheers for your help Rewi.
Rewi's Build, is shown on the customer waste oil heaters Tab.
Yip it looks better in black eh.
All weld checked and buffed, pot buff off all paint and fitted and painted .
Very tidy. Just needs the two wetbacks fitted and another one will be on it's way to it's buyer. Free pool heating at it's best.
If the all the Americans that hit this website purchased plans, I wouldn't have to work.
There is a lot of you that are looking so you all must be cold and wet over there, might be a good time for a free heating system eh. $21.00 US dollars cheap as.
Times are getting tough out there, job looses are huge, and hard to find another one, money's becoming tight for alot of us, but at least we can keep or homes warm and it doesn't cost anything to run it.
In our house we use a 9kg gas bottle for the cooking hob which lasts a while, and no gas for heating and no firewood.
So our demand for gas heating really has been an expensive act at $220, every 6-8 weeks for two 45kg gas bottles, the Rinnai gas fire, which looks great in stainless steel, but just sucks that gas and the dollars so quick.
Something had to change and fast, and luckily I've made the change with this waste oil heater, we haven't had to buy those large gas bottles again it's been a huge saving.
Once you have the heater and maybe even one radiator is enough to heat your home, two would be better but that could be extended later when money allows.
You can pick up reasonable priced new radiators, and the really old beautiful cast iron ones that look amazing restored but these are normally expensive even covered in rust.
Be careful when buying the old ones they can leak at the joints.
If your thinking twice about plumbing and if your local, get in contact and maybe I can even help with the plumbing side of the installation.
So I know that your spar pool is costing huge money just to heat it.
Maybe you should check this heating system out a little more.
After talking to a guy yesterday about his spa pool and the cost to heat it, he said the cost to run his spa pool was something like $50.00 dollars a week. That's an additional $200.00 dollars a month ontop of your power account, $2400.00 a year. Why are they so expensive to run. If you used a waste oil heater at only $640.00 with a wetback you would save $1,800.00 in the first year and 2,400.00 every year after that. That's a nice saving. Actually that's what you call saving.
The guy I mentioned removed the spa pool, and gave it away as he couldn't justify spending that a week to heat it. Shame really, don't let this happen to you, get yourself a waste oil heater for this summer and start saving big money.
In the beginning I searched the net looking on how to heat my home for nothing, it seemed almost impossible, solar heating wasn't the way to go because when it's freezing cold solar doesn't work at all. I know i have solar hotwater.
There where guys out there with flame throwers of all shapes and sizes using waste oil to melt aluminium which wasn't the safest option for inside my new home, I did find all sorts of ideas that sort of worked, but not quite, so I started potting around with the idea of using this free waste oil which at the time seemed a little like burning car tyres to me, and after living under a black cloud, for quite a few weeks I finally cracked it, So designed it, test it, cut it up and turned it upside down tested it again, and built it, tested and tested and tested some more, now construct these free heating systems for you to order, so here they are for the whole world to see and save on their power heating bills.
So now these work especially well when it's raining, freezing cold, cloudy, and just miserable, unlike solar and it works for free. Its safe and clean burning. There still is a little smoke at startup but that disappears quickly as it heats up.
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This sieve was cleaned before I poured in 40 litres of waste oil, look at the crap it collected. A very cheap basic filtering system that works amazingly well.
Make sure you filter yours before you burn it as this stuff will block most taps and needle valves up all day long.
Hi Hamish yes its in the shed and going good been going 4 the last 3 nights and heats the shed up good and nice and quiet.
Thanks heaps Tim
Ken's huge drip fed waste oil heater finished and sent.
This is going to be his pool heater, a very big unit. For serious heating requirements. Pool size 50,000 litres.
Has a ladder wetback below image inside it.
The wetback going into this 45 KG pool heater above, now to be welded up and about to be installed. Pressure testing and any holes welded up again.
It's over a metre in length total and 220mm wide x 20mm copper pipe.
Built to heat a large swimming pool.
The Man Cave with another heater packed and off in the
Waverley. Thankyou Ken.
A few heaters wrapped and ready to be delivered.
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Fire in a Can, Safe, Hot, Clean, Free Heating Water, Very Very Efficient and Oh So Quite.
We have them in stock, You could even have one next week.
A few images of the heater operating at 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Never pour water onto an oil fire, it will explode to 30 feet high.
Use a powder Fire Extinguisher only.
NEVER EVER USE WATER. Just turn off the oil flow and wait till it subsides.
Rain is fine as it doesn't enter the fire.
Forget Energy-wise tips and tricks in saving energy, this is totally free energy.
We have designed these heaters/boilers that heats your home for free.
You can purchase your new waste oil heater
Here at Drip Fed Waste Oil Heating, we design and construct waste oil heaters for your heating requirements, large and small, for home heating, hot tubs, spa, and radiators even swimming pools.
We can setup a system for your own home, giving you a firm quote, wether direct heating from the unit or via hot water through radiators.
Please get in contact should you want more information about this.
Being a free form of heating, the demand is steady, not only for the warmth but their water heating ability.
Able to be installed outside the home seems to be a great advantage.
Running on a waste product which normally cost the garage and fish n chip shop money to remove, is available all year around and totally free from alot of these outlets.
Burning up to 1- 1.2 litres of waste oil an hour you don't need a huge amount to get through the week. One 20 litre container lasts four nights burning with the help of a needle valve now.
Burning cleaner than a wood fire, and the cheaper price, makes them a great option for the outside sheds & workshops,garages, hot tubs and spar pools.
In New Zealand, we are now coming into spring, and we have had a few very cold winter days and nights, and we will have more for sure, but it is certainly warming up which is nice. Maybe you need to start thinking about this type of heating for next year as the cost of firewood is not a cheap option, I saw a tandem trailer load of gum last week on the side of the road selling for $300.00 how many trailer loads will you burn over winter 3-4-5, these waste oil heaters sell at $550 for just the heating and $650 with water heating capability and 99 percent cleaner burning than the wood fire.
The waste oil heater has been connected to a 1800 mm water radiator inside the lounge. The water thermosyphons up to the radiator then, as it travels along the radiator, it cools and drops back down to the heater to be recycled and reheated again and again all day long. the radiator holds 6 litres of water, we have used 20 mm copper pipe for the piping, which is insulated.
The waste oil heater runs outside at 250-350 degrees F ,and is enough to heat the whole house upstairs after and hour.
It a lovely form of heating, the radiator heats cleanly and within the hour the place is warm but not stinking hot.
Well known for the use of hot houses, there's a lot of interest in these "drip fed waste oil heaters" and their free heating capability. So long as everything is kept clean from oil and you don't need to touch the stuff it is a great source of free energy.
Piping it to where the fire is, is a good idea, using taps and drums to contain it. Under the fire we require you to have a catchment area should oil drip at any stage, and it is a councils requirement that storage containers of waste oil do have a catchment area too.
While we are on safety issues the heater will need cleaning out the every-time you start it and every 10 hours of burning approx this is to stop the ash building up in the frypan.This is only frypans as they don't hold a lot.
We now build them with larger pots. The cleaning of the pan can be done with a screwdriver to flick the ash into a bag to contain it, and keeping everything clean. If you have a pot installed this will last many hours longer. Soot and ash can accumulate up the second burning tube, so it would pay to stick a long screwdriver up inside it from time to time and clean it out.
The flue will require the odd clean too. It will burn alot cleaner cleaned out regularly.
I trust my heater to operated a the same temperature, it will not alter. I turn on at 4pm and off 10.30 ish I will check it when starting up other than that. When I'm finished with it I turn off at the tap, at night and go to bed without checking it is out, it is that reliable and safe.
Selling the complete units are a bit of a hit with my customers. There has been no complaints to date, which is excellent. Mind due, who wouldn't be happy with free heating. Time for change maybe. So long as you have the ideal area for it of course. If waste oil isn't your thing, use canola oil, from your local fish n chip shops, you'll need to filter out the wildlife, chips, sausages and bread crumbs before burning.
I have a few guys building these waste oil heaters, off the plans at the moment, which I'm in contact with weekly, just to see how they are going and checking that they are having success with their build. Check out the customers waste oil heater builds Tab.
It takes me about 6 trips or so during summer, collecting enough waste oil in 20 litre plastic bottles normally 80 litres at a time to heat the home through all of winter. That's only as I full the car up with petrol. I don't go out of my way to collect it either, and never will pay for it. England has had these types of heaters everywhere doing their bit to remove this oil cleanly from our planet, and it has been around for years so it's not new in anyway, just recycled.
The days of cutting live trees down for firewood and, splitting them up into pieces and storing them under the trees over summer to dry, then moving it to the wood shed then into the fire box then into the fire to burn is finally over. It use to be a major undertaking I know. Now its pull the pan out a bit add 1/2 cup of oil/petrol mix and maybe a piece of rag, light it, and turn the oil flow to where it needs to be and walk away, turn it off at 10.30pm. It's that easy.
The type of oil that can be used in this heater is engine oil, from cars, or trucks, transmission fluid, diesel, fish & chip shop old waste canola oil.
Basically it needs to be engine oil without contaminates any oil will work in this heater, and the best of all is all of the above is available locally in large quantities.
It's the kind of heater, I trust, I can leave it for hours, go into town come back and it's sill the same temperture as when you left. It doesn't alter, once you have it set. I use a brass needle valve/air line taps for the oil feed. Needle valves makes waste oil burning safer. So if you are making one just from the website please invest in a needle valve, they are not cheap, but well worth it. It has to be totally safe. A catchment area under your fire for any spills/cleaning that may or may not happen. Be vigilant about the place you install it.
Even though its safe you still need to be careful.
If you are thinking of heating your home with it, I would suggest that the heater be placed outside the home, and screwed on a concrete pad with a red brick firewall surround and a roof of sorts, and running hotwater pipes inside to radiators inside the home.
If you are thinking of heating that cold shed/garage then install it inside the shed for its radiant heating ability away from anything combustible of course maybe even a corrugated fire proofing around the back of it.
Waste oil heater plans for sale.
Make your very own free heating system.
Get it right from the start.
We are basically giving you a way to heat your home and your hot water, year after year, totally free for $27 NZ dollars.
No one gives these secrets away for just $27.00 dollars.
It took two years working on this to work out who to burn oil cleanly.
And now we think everyone needs to know this form of free heating.
Waste to Wealth.
Did you know 80% of the worlds waste oil is burnt for heating.
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By now you would have seen all those smoke puffing waste oil heaters on youtube, some work, and work almost too well, a lot don't and there are some that should never been started.
We've done the hard yards for you, we sell waste oil heater plans & complete heaters units, with and without wetbacks, that are proven to work with very little smoke, and they can heat your home totally free.
It's not a huge price to pay for these heaters as they will give years of free heating.
Cleaning the inside out every two years isn't to much of a mission.
Remove the flue and suck out anything that may have come down the chimney and sat inside the edge of the bottle.
Check the holes are open, clean down and repaint it good for another couple of years.
My thoughts are, do it right from the start.
The hot pot 9 will do everything you ever wanted in a waste oil heater.
From heating your water and the air around you.
Please click on the heater plans button below.
The plans come complete with images on how to build it and explains exactly how to build it properly and where to source the products.
A lot of these bits that we use most people would have around their home rusting.
A gas bottle some flue your half way there.
The last guy said to me it cost him $10.00 for the 150mm tube and 38.00 dollars for the copper oil feed and tap, all the rest of the stuff he had laying around his home.
And when I went to see it, he had it all pained up and going.
I will help you throughout the build so you get it right the first time.
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An email from our customers:Thanks for this Hamish, - Brad here from Melbourne Australia
I've welded all the holes in the tube now look going it almost is impossible to do have a fire with nothing coming out the chimney. The only problem with is it doesn't get up to 400 degrees F so holes where put back into it and is still smoke free and heats my house.
Radiators provide radiant heating. That means a solid object (in this case, the radiator fins) is heated instead of the air itself – creating gentle, ambient warmth that evenly heats the room.
Central heating radiator design has come a long way since the institutional school heaters of old; today’s models come in a range of styles and sizes to suit all kinds of interiors. They can be linked to a variety of boiler or waste oil heater, heating systems and are free to run, when linked to an energy-efficient water heater, like a hot water waste oil heater.
Radiator heating is an excellent option for existing homes because they can be easily retrofitted to your existing heating system.
I want to show you how easy it is to heat your home totally free this winter, and without smoke or loads of firewood or power or gas. It's a clean burning waste oil heater, you don't believe me, then watch this video.
I say free heating but there is an initial cost of setting it up.
An estimate in having this setup in your home with radiators is approximately $2250.00 and that's all never to spend a dollar more for you're heating. The oil you would need to collect. Which could be done from your local fish n chip shop or local garage of if you are local I could even share my supply of oil as there is just so much of it.
Radiator Heat settings
Oil Boiler Temp Radiator Temp
350 Fahrenheit 42- 44 Celsius
This is the temperature I get from the waste oil heater running at 350 Fahrenheit and the corresponding temps the radiator inside the lounge is pumping out 43 Celsius.
The fire/Heater was removed today, and 20 mm holes drilled, for copper pipe to be inserted through the 150 mm tube and into the garage, and then up to the radiator. It will thermosyphon by itself so no pump will be required or pressure release valves either.
I used Crox fitting and hemp and graphite for the whole job.
The Radiator is now plumbed in and was tested to see if it could make steam, on low fire heat setting, and Steam it made.
I used 20 mm copper piping there is only 2 x 150 mm of it through 150 mm tube with the holes in it. I had the plumbing guy in, with the delivery of copper pipe and he was amazed at how I made steam from the waste oil boiler totally free.
The copper pipe and fitting were expensive. Got it all going and it now it heats the whole house totally FREE. See the video to the left. As it's not conected to the main a pressure release valve wasn't required.
I ran it for 6 hours, the whole house got that hot, I had to open windows and doors to cool down, roll on winter I'm ready for you.
I was amazed the cats weren't lying on each end fast asleep. It'll Happen!!
The wetback system constructed with 20 mm copper Pipe and crox fittings and that's enough to heat our house amazing eh. The waste oil heater working hard in all weather, This is one of the oldest waste oil heaters we have made and it has provided us with lots of free heat and been invaluable this year again. A rusty oldie but a goodie.
It has been outside in all the elements now we have a padio heater cover over it to stop water entering and slowing down the rusting.
I have just pulled it out yesterday and have given her a clean inside and out, Complete with a paint job she's going to go another two years before we do this again.
Same picture as above but running at 450 degrees F at night, heating the water.
*CLEANING YOUR WASTE OIL HEATER/FURNACE.*
With my heater, has now been operating for the last two years without a clean, now I see soot flakes have started to expel out the flue at start up.
The other night the fire snuffed itself out, it got that bad. So
this morning I cleaned the flue and the burner inside, what came out, blocks of carbon build up and flakes enough to full a bucket, after seeing that, I dought if any nasties get into the air, as it's all kept inside the heater.
So maybe a clean once a year maybe good advice to you guys who have purchased these heaters, and who have built there own.
That's about the recommended time for a wood fire, so as we are looking at "clean burning" it's a good idea.
I burns very clean now.
This was our waste oil heater for the past two years.
It has been brilliant, all the free heat you would ever want, at times too much heat, just far too powerful for inside our home so it's been sold for pool heating.
I remember my daughter with her back door wide open in winter, freezing cold, saying "it just too hot dad", Not that it mattered wasting all that heat it was free anyway.
I started my hot pot 9 heater, popped in the starter fluid, lit it, turned on the oil flow, and within a few minutes realise it was sounding like water was in the oil. The oil had built up ontop of the water, not too much, but enough to startup my own Chernobyl reactor with that sounded of bacon cooking but certainly didn't smell of bacon.
The temperature whipped up, and the smoke became dark out from the flue, like you were burning tyres, and stand back, I turned the feed off. The wife sticks her head out the window it sounds like a truck coming down the street, You OK she said. I thought, she would be use to that by now, with all the experimenting stages, had a few of these, but with this big oil heater. It started blowing smoke rings out the holes in the tube, very impressive. So don't let the oil build up at all or look out.
It soon came right and settled down with not a drop of oil floating in the pan just glowing ash. So this is how these should burn.
I must say that the water trap works so well, I haven't ever had that problem again.
I have tried the hot pot 9 burners with the bigger pots, and have tested them to see if this would happen, and I wasn't able to get the chernobyl reactor going in these, it just smoked a little bit, but didn't go into that burn off stage which is great. This is when you need a catchment area incase you supply more oil into the fire than it can burn and start overflowing from the pot. Cause waste oil is a awful stuff to clean up.
Fuel sources: Energy content
* diesel (~140,000 BTU/gallon)
* biodiesel (~130,000 BTU/gallon)
* kerosene (~140,000 BTU/gallon)
* trans / motor oil (~150,000 BTU/gallon) Waste oil.
* vegetable oil (WVO) (~130,000 BTU/gallon)
*Corn at 13% moisture ~ 7,316 BTU per pound
*Wood pellets vary ~ 8,000 BTU per poundStatistics are averages taken from various online websites.
Check out www.youtube.com for more of the begining videos.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TALhsTcfy9E thiis was the testing the smoke stage.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jk-wrwdRZac The finished video same as above.
The results of burning waste oil for 6 hours at high temperatures. If you burn't for twelve hours, there wouldn't be to much difference in the amount of ash. I used a small piece of towelling to start it, however I don't think this is required at all, as most of what's left is the towel. To remove it turn the pan upside down, most of it will fall off.
When it is burning correctly all you see is flame, no oil floating at all in a pan.
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Installing Solid Fuel heaters
Info for flue setup and instilation.
The fire needs to be that hot to heat the water for the radiator as the heating pipe is only a 150 mm in length x 2 piece of 20 mm copper pipe that is getting hot. If I ever remade it I'd put a coil of copper tube on the outside.
If you put it inside it will collect soot and the soot would build up and the efficiency would drop quite considerably. The soot would act as an insulator stopping the water reaching it's maximum temperature.
At 550 - 650 degrees fahrenheit we would be looking at up to 1.8 litres per hour.
But really does this really matter, as the oil is free.
Since I have put a larger bowl and cleaned the old girl up, we seem to be running in economy mode @ 350-450 and the radiator s running at
40 degrees C and that's plenty to heat the whole house.
Thankyou to all that frequent this website.
I do hope it is really helping people with their heating situations.
If you are building one from the images on this website and haven't purchased the plans, that's fine, and you can't quite get it going right or smoke free, then please contact me I maybe able to help.
We use Steels Plumbing Ltd for all our Plumbing fittings, Excellent prices and service Thanks Tony & Glenda
The old faithful 2 years of keeping our home warm.
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If you don't have one of these little babies in your backyard, heating your house inside you are paying far too much for you heating.
Free, Clean burning, waste oil heating.
Don't miss out this winter, you really can't afford not to.
The heater video above is an ideal inside the garage type heater. You won't see any flame and it's going to be totally enclosed once the door is hinged, it will be great safe fire. Still testing it today going to try and get it smokeless. It will be finished in matt heatproof black paint
It will be for sale shortly once all testing has been completed. Still working on this one it is smoking more than I would like, so lots of thinking on how to eradicate this problem. But will be for sale asap.
The next project in the pipeline.
Small Bus drip fed waste oil heaters.
Small gas bottle heaters with a cover to catch any bits of smoke that could come from the second burning stage. On legs as normal maybe even a drum cut to from as a heatproof backing. Watch this space. I have all the parts just time and energy needed.
And a nice warm day.
Well, Well, Well, it didn't take him long, about 3 days, and someone has found the warmth already.
I'm going to put it out their, If there are people out there that are interested in helping us, and become part of the team in taking this free heating to the next level. Please get in contact. We would love to hear your ideas and what can be done to improve our system.
I think we have something quite special and unique. Once the initial cost of the heater, which at $550.00 isn't that expensive compared with wood fires.
You have for the rest of the fires useful life a totally free clean burning heating system. Rather than paying out for expensive firewood year after year.
I can't freight these world wide because of the freight costs from New Zealand.
There would be no commission on the fires you sell.
The plans wouldn't go with this business.
Should you be interested please get in contact via the form below.
New Zealand has been taken sorry.
If solar hotwater is the thing your interested in, then we have done that too, and if you want some information from someone that isn't out to sell it to you, then check our solar website out. Pro's and cons on it. It shows how to build your own retro fitting and how a solar controllers operate.
The Team at Drip fed waste oil has constructed another waste oil heater for you to view, soon after construction in testing mode. It reached 550 degrees F for one hour and ran at normal temp of 300 degrees F, turned it off after 9 hours. It went through approximately 8 litres of waste oil in that time. It a very safe and reliable heater, stays at the set temp and didn't alter at all. I did leave it for an hour while I went into town. The units smoke level is very little, and I think is acceptable and will improve with more than 1 length of flue on it and time.
An excellent heater, available to purchase through this website, and at the moment through www.trademe.co.nz.
The plans for this heater is now available through the Purchase your heater and Plans tab at the top of this page.
I have temporary install this heater in the garage, and been running it today to check for any smoke leaks, all good.
I have since installed it outside the home.
Just built for Aaron. To be delivered next week.
The inside the garage/bus version same as above but has a cover over the holly tube, and a kettle warmer. The flue is just an example, still not quite completed as painting is next, with legs and pot holder still to come.
No Plans for this one but can add the skirt to the existing plans if you want.
To My Overseas Customers Thankyou so much for checking us out.
I see a lot of people from around the world looking at this website, and I can see why, winter is approaching somewhere in the world, heating becomes a major money concern.
Firewood is a huge price nowadays to keep the family home warm and can be a lot of hard work in getting the stuff.
A twenty litre plastic container of waste oil will heat my home for two nights.
I have priced, to send a waste oil heaters over to USA, the freight price is for one unit is $600.00 NZ, just not worth it. So get out in that shed of yours today, and start making one for yourself. Stick some copper pipe in it and your've got free hotwater too. Purchase the plans first so you get it right from the start. Not a huge outlay $27.00 NZ in any language.
I'm prepared to help you make your own, and help throughout the build.
All that is required to build this heater, is a welder, an angle grinder and a drill and steel
It is all set out in the plans, each step with images to show you what yours should look like. I have had people copy it from the picture then ask me a couple of weeks later, why theirs smokes like a --------- and mine doesn't, well there are a few secrets.
Buy it once for only $25.00 NZ dollars, and get it right from the start. Don't try coping it from the images and ending in a smoking out your neighbourhood on a still day. It happened to me a couple of times a few years ago now when, I began building these, how embarrassing, It's not funny when this happens at all. Thank god those days are over for good.
Regards Hamish also known as Fireman Jim on YouTube.
I do hope I haven't frightened you, out of waste oil heating, Oil has an amazing amount of energy stored in it, so if you still interested in purchasing plans, then please do, click on the Buy Now button below. Talk soon.
All the best in the future guys and thanks a lot for viewing our website keep warm and all the best.
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