DIY Video : How to heat your garage the Inexpensive way by building an Outdoor Stove with Heat Exchanger


    This video shows you how to make a 55 gallon Barrel Stove with Heater Exchanger to heat your garage .This one uses a 30 gallon drum which goes inside the 55 gallon drum and the 55 gallon drum is used as a heat exchanger.The heat exchanger assists heat transfer to the room, largely determining how much wood is used. Heat exchangers increase heat transfer to the room by making sure that the hot flue gases leaving through the chimney are as cool as possible. The pipe goes into the garage through a 4 inch hole .

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