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I saw this awesome water heating DIY solution.

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On the farm in Namibia we ran two pool heating panels on a low pressure hot water system for many many years and it worked just fine. Heated 200 liters of water a day, no problem.

It was eventually killed by limescale and replaced by an indirect system.

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Once read about a guy who wanted to heat his pool for him and his wife.

So he went to the Co-Op and bought 1km of black pipe which he promptly installed in a huge "crop circle" on the ground - being a farm he had the space.

Any case, he started the pump and a while later his wife complained the pool was hotter than her bath! 
I think he removed +-800m of the pipe before she was happy. 🤣

That cheap black pipe from the Co-Op, that pipe can get you very very far to heat water as if you have a furnace.

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1 hour ago, The Terrible Triplett said:

Once read about a guy who wanted to heat his pool for him and his wife.

So he went to the Co-Op and bought 1km of black pipe which he promptly installed in a huge "crop circle" on the ground - being a farm he had the space.

Any case, he started the pump and a while later his wife complained the pool was hotter than her bath! 
I think he removed +-800m of the pipe before she was happy. 🤣

That cheap black pipe from the Co-Op, that pipe can get you very very far to heat water as if you have a furnace.

I have that system, 200m of pipe though! 

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