NEED HOT water? Camping, off grid, this Off Grid Water Heater is the unit to have!.It has given my off grid home comfort and HOT water! VERY simple setup and very economical.Water heating is essential not only for comfort off the grid, but for survival.Hot water is definitely a luxury that you miss when you actually have to go without.In most homes your hot water heater is consuming energy day and night, 24-7. Most hot water heaters are set to keep the water hot at all times, even while you are in bed. This can be quite wasteful. And with the rising energy costs, many people are looking for alternatives,this Off Grid Water Heater can be really helpful.
- How to build a Homemade Clothes Washer that require no electricity.Also works as a Composter
- How to build a really powerful Solar Powered BullDozer that requires no fuel.Step by step Build InstructionsThis video series shows the step by step build of an awesome 275 Watt Solar Powered BullDozer from start to finish.The Solar panels are connected to 4 golf cart batteries that powers a 1 and half HP motor,which again are connected to a bunch of gears and sprockets that independently power each of the 4 wheels to get the maximum traction.Even with 10% power,this bulldozer works like a champ.Another feature of this dozer is easy to control manual steering mechanism.The body is build out of Aluminium/Stainless Steel.The cool thing about this bulldozer is that it runs without Gasoline.Yep no gas needed .ever!!
- How to build a Simple Homemade Bandsaw Mill from Old Car Wheels[the_ad id="6432"] This video shows the build of an really inexpensive homemade bandsaw mill out of old car wheels.One of the best things about this design is it’s simplicity of course, but it’s also made from salvaged and repurposed materials, which helps cut the cost of the sawmill down to an affordable level. Not everyone can afford $4000 to $5000 for a brand new portable sawmill. Building your own sawmill not only gives you that sense of satisfaction of doing it yourself, but it saves you money.Bottom line, it’s a tool you’ll use for years to come, and will more than pay for itself the first time you use it. Lumber isn’t cheap, and if you’ve got the natural resources and access to those resources, it makes the most sense to save money, time, and effort by using what you have available