Free Solar Heat “How to build a solar panel” Part 1


Harvest the sun.Easy step by step build your own solar heating/hot water system.Green energy the wave of the future. Stop high oil and gas prices.Copy and paste youtube link to see last section of this video:www.youtube.com Goodbye oil crisis.Free power. ernie ernest a ursini

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  1. #1 by 321ozzy at March 8th, 2009

    Thank you for your interesting video. I would like to make a suggestion.
    When you drill holes into the plate on either side of the tube and attach the tube to the plate by twisting a metal wire, you realise full contact between the tube and the aluminium plate. This increases heat-transmission, which makes your tool more efficient. Question: Could you explain the reason why you do not expose the tubes to sunlight? Thank you in advance

  2. #2 by nullx86 at March 10th, 2009

    you connect the copper tubing to the water mains right? otherwise i dont see how to heat water 😛

  3. #3 by WillTheTormentor at March 23rd, 2009

    Fraud. How does it go from outside temp to boiling temp? That’s a big jump. Plus, this guy posts videos every month from different accounts. Here are just a few of his.. windsolarhome, solarwindhome, energyforearth, and colonella2002.. all linking to his website. I’m sure there’s more. Explain that Ernie.

  4. #4 by colonella2002 at March 23rd, 2009

    Think. Water boils at 212 degrees. I never said boil. I never gave permission for the other guys to use my video. I am colonella 2002. This stands for the small town my Dad was from (Colonella,Italy), and the year I last visited. The others are fakes, and posted without my permission. If you can help me stop the users of my video please help..Ernie

  5. #5 by mega4love at March 27th, 2009

    do it really work? heating up water means boiling it? how will the cold water pass into the tube? do it need a pressure pump to push the water up?( if the unit is in the rooftop), can I increase the size of the pipe and the length too? what type of pipe should be used (are those pipe that are use in air conditioning is OK)?

  6. #6 by gumby511 at April 14th, 2009

    so you mean solar heater for water not solar panel for electicity?

  7. #7 by colonella2002 at April 16th, 2009

    Yes….correct.

  8. #8 by JanColdwater at April 26th, 2009

    This is EXCELLENT but don’t you have to drill holes through the sides and have the copper tubing stick out of it so that you can hook it up to a hose that will run the water through it?

  9. #9 by colonella2002 at April 26th, 2009

    You can connect a hose to it. As long as you use it in warmer climates.

  10. #10 by seanlovesnikes at April 27th, 2009

    And this will only keep water “hot” during the summer months.

    so there for is virtually useless during winter. but deff a money saver for summer electric bills

  11. #11 by fakiir at May 11th, 2009

    nope. a properly constructed and oriented solar hot water system will work year around. this one is small, “proof of concept” type device, and will not make much hot water. it may raise the temp of the water going through it a degree or 2. but it will work as long as the sun is on it, ignoring exterior air temp (that’s what the insulation is for.)

  12. #12 by fakiir at May 11th, 2009

    lol. calling someone a fraud when you yourself obviously have no grasp of basic physics involved, or the type of device, which have been used for over 100 years in the USA, mostly in the evacuated tube configuration.

    as i said above, this device is a small unit not designed to boil water. to do that you need evacuated tubes and sealed heat pipes (tubes filled with oil or other high heat capacity fluid). the gas or electric unit in your home does not boil water. 150 degrees is usually the max.

  13. #13 by iknowyoux at May 24th, 2009

    Be smart – don’t pay any more electricity bills. more info: solar.xfollow.me (Copy to your browser’s address bar)

  14. #14 by ralph5656 at June 11th, 2009

    We need to define”solar panel” and solar hot water heater. There is a difference.

  15. #15 by AKAOJ at June 22nd, 2009

    Thanks man. Its not really a solar panel its a solar water heater. But that a great video on how to make one. Most of the videos you get claim to show you how to do it yourself but they lead you to a site where you have to buy a book on how to do it.
    Thanks for showing us just how to do it. Without the BS money making site.

  16. #16 by abmod05 at August 18th, 2009

    I built my own solar panels which are powering half my 1500SF Home for under $100 using the plans at:
    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  17. #17 by taraff1 at September 18th, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for UNDER $100 that I am currently using to power my entire 1700 Square Foot home using the plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  18. #18 by abmod04 at September 24th, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for UNDER $100 which are currently powering my 1700 square foot home using the plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  19. #19 by taraff1 at September 29th, 2009

    I built my own solar panels for under $100 which currently power my 1700 Square Foot home using the plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  20. #20 by hintofblue at October 1st, 2009

    Thank you soooo much!

  21. #21 by hintofblue at October 1st, 2009

    how do you use it? I mean, once you build it, how do you use it to make hot water? I don’t know how to use solar panels, please tell me what to do, to hook it up to the water.

  22. #22 by scientificallygreene at October 2nd, 2009

    Hey, check out my website at ScientificallyGreener(Dot) com and get all the new and improved Equipments to build or buy your own solar panels and wind energy turbine systems ScientificallyGreener(Dot) com is a website that sells the most modern environmental products available

  23. #23 by taraff1 at October 10th, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for UNDER $100 which currently power my 1700 Square Foot home, using the plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  24. #24 by taraff1 at October 15th, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for UNDER $100 that currently power my entire 1700 Square Foot home using the plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOTcom

  25. #25 by mexmetal666 at October 17th, 2009

    Angels fallen from heaven do exists.

    Thank you so much sir for your info.

    The world appreciates it.

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