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riddim
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Posted - September 24 2016 :  07:42:54  Show Profile Send riddim a Private Message  Reply with Quote
"Published on Jan 30, 2016

you can make you own system. toroidal transformer for $xx can you buy here:
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by about 460w consumption ,secondery coil = 935 amps .radiator reaches operating temperature 55c-65c after 10-15 minutes. if you put 1000W the radiator will reaches operating temperature after 5-7 minutes.increase in the frequency = effect increases. if you have ideas to improve the system,let me know or make a video with your idea"






i'd like to hear if anybody can comment on the numbers he mentioned. is it good efficiency say compared to an electric water heater?

or a plug in space heater?

and how about a means to playing with the frequency like higher freqs? what would be a way of generating higher frequencies in ac that still could provide the amps needed?

would this be easier to do with some type of pulsed dc system, or even work?

thanks!

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Posted - October 23 2016 :  15:14:20  Show Profile  Visit olddawgsrule's Homepage Send olddawgsrule a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Have you gone anywhere with this?

Back in my days of 'spinning' things and over heating coils, I wonder as well about this.
So I went downstairs to the winter workshop, and sure as heck, there it was. I had setup a coil that was over heating with some copper tubing to run some tests when I had a chance..

Never have gotten back to it, but there it sits.
Such low power consumption and so much heat.

Curious if you've chased this any further and how you're doing with it.

Old in age, not in mind, so
'Teach me something new'!

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Luna Hardee
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Posted - June 16 2017 :  22:38:05  Show Profile Send Luna Hardee a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Here's a good read too....
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riddim
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Posted - April 20 2018 :  22:17:38  Show Profile Send riddim a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by olddawgsrule

Have you gone anywhere with this?

Back in my days of 'spinning' things and over heating coils, I wonder as well about this.
So I went downstairs to the winter workshop, and sure as heck, there it was. I had setup a coil that was over heating with some copper tubing to run some tests when I had a chance..

Never have gotten back to it, but there it sits.
Such low power consumption and so much heat.

Curious if you've chased this any further and how you're doing with it.

Old in age, not in mind, so
'Teach me something new'!





Hi RJ, Sorry for the lag.. Been living some years in the tropics so haven't gotten to this yet as heat is not wanted here. In next mo's I'm finally returning home to the states with my family and will be living in northeast so I will be looking at things in this area soon.

You've alluded to "spinning" things.. I'm intrigued as to what, and what results you've had? (also the thing in your winter shop which sounds like solid state based) As for spinning, two that come to my mind are spinning neo magnets against copper and various drum in drum or disks in drum with oil designs that i have read about. Have you tried those?

Thanks for the reply, sorry I missed it previously.

Regards,

-R
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