Newbie, Fiat TC & Volumex HFO 501 NEW BUILD 2018

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Re: Newbie, Fiat TC & Volumex HFO 501 NEW BUILD 2018

Postby fixwheelmad » Mon Nov 12, 2018 4:54 pm

Update, completed one complete underside, now to flip over and sort the other side , then the boot and inner wings. Really enjoying my time off.
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Re: Newbie, Fiat TC & Volumex HFO 501 NEW BUILD 2018

Postby fixwheelmad » Fri Nov 16, 2018 7:28 pm

A little update and somewhat a diversion, being building a solar furnace heater out of beer cans, and heating the workshop for free
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Re: Newbie, Fiat TC & Volumex HFO 501 NEW BUILD 2018

Postby TDV102 » Sat Nov 17, 2018 12:56 pm

Nice creation, but Kronenburg?
Good home offered for custom splittie

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Re: Newbie, Fiat TC & Volumex HFO 501 NEW BUILD 2018

Postby pgp001 » Sat Nov 17, 2018 6:08 pm

Can you give us a bit more detail about the operating principle of your heat exchanger please.

Thanks
Phil

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Re: Newbie, Fiat TC & Volumex HFO 501 NEW BUILD 2018

Postby fixwheelmad » Mon Nov 19, 2018 10:37 am

pgp001 wrote:
Sat Nov 17, 2018 6:08 pm
Can you give us a bit more detail about the operating principle of your heat exchanger please.

Thanks
Phil
Simple, it’s a passive heater, two plenum, connected by cans. Cold air enter low chamber, heats up and rises to top chamber, then extracted out, you can use a passive movement,but I intend to use a in line 12v motor fan powered by a small PV panel. As a rule, what goes in, ambient temp of room, should double, thats the physics, need to hand on the south facing roof next week to try. Look them up, this is tiny, some are the size of a whole house. Reckon that, my wood stove and the PV electric panels and batteries, should heat and light my unit for nothing. Thank a for interest.

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Re: Newbie, Fiat TC & Volumex HFO 501 NEW BUILD 2018

Postby fixwheelmad » Mon Nov 19, 2018 10:38 am

pgp001 wrote:
Sat Nov 17, 2018 6:08 pm
Can you give us a bit more detail about the operating principle of your heat exchanger please.

Thanks
Phil
What ever floats ya boat, gin bottles just don’t cut it

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Re: Newbie, Fiat TC & Volumex HFO 501 NEW BUILD 2018

Postby pgp001 » Mon Nov 19, 2018 1:05 pm

I saw something similar that uses two old central heating radiators, one mounted outside on a south facing wall and the other slightly higher on the inside of the same wall. the outer one heats up with the sun on it and the heated water inside rises and flows into the the internal radiator.

I dont think a pump is required as it works on the thermo syphon principle, a bit like my old Austin 7 cooling system with no pump.

Phil


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