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    Aug 2006
    near rochester NY


    they putting the coils inside the heat chamber ?? i would think a buffer plate would be needed. been trying to find time to design some thing that would allow heat to the bottom of the tank to heat large quantities at one time. like heating a 30 gal. tank the them pumping from there to the house. using a small coil to heat water that then heats a tank some where else to be used for heating seems like its just adding a process and reducing the heat up time. i suppose it could also reduce the cool down time too??? i have to finish up my son's new room first then i'll put more time into it.

    see pic for my first idea.
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    thanks for the help
    hope i helped

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