Posted by meow2222 on March 7, 2006, 11:20 pm
Welcome to uk.diy Nick. Yes, its 20 uk pounds. I'm not sure how you use
all that hot water :)
Posted by meow2222 on March 7, 2006, 11:22 pm
Welcome to uk.diy Nick. Maybe you can give them a pointer or 2 on how
to make a constructive DHW system that pays its way, too much talk of
junk designs here.
Yes, its 20 uk pounds. I'm not sure how you use all that hot water :)
Posted by Guy King on March 7, 2006, 11:53 pm
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Well, they have to bath the car once a week. (insert pseudo-smiley)
Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.
Posted by Mary Fisher on March 8, 2006, 12:19 pm
We don't. When he does wash it he uses cold roof water from the butt.
Posted by nicksanspam on March 8, 2006, 5:28 am
It isn't worth doing much to save 20 pounds per year, but it might make
more sense to collect both hot water and space heat from a polytunnel,
which might have a linear parabolic reflective north wall over a 2'x6'x8'
shoebox tank with an EPDM or polyethylene film liner and a $0 1"x300' piece
of pressurized polyethylene pipe for a heat exchanger and a horizontal
draindown EPDM cover with a small pump to move water up 2" over the cover
when the sun is shining, and a greywater heat exchanger, eg 2 55 gallon
drums with PE pipe in series.
Gary Reysa and I have been working on this sort of DIY stuff. See