DIY Video : How Generate Unlimited Hot water without electricity by building a Homemade Underwater Wood Stove

    This video shows the generation of Unlimited hot water  100% Off the Grid without electricity by converting an old propane tank to burn underwater as an immersion heater for a lot of hot water.Here,I use a homemade underwater wood stove to make a lot of hot water in a relatively short time.I also make use of the waste heat to cook breakfast.Almost 75-80 gallons of hot water in 1 hour with wood.Really a great way to heat a lot of water.

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