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Guest

Wood Stove Pool Heaters

Postby Guest » Tue 26 Jan, 2010 15:20

bpb wrote:
AR wrote:I am a boiler technician. I spent 2 years developing such an idea. The first year, it worked, but had a couple design issues. The second year however, much better. I live in the NE. I opened my pool may 1. It was 54 *F. In 2 days-it was 85* F. Email me.


Would you send me your plans for wood heat. We have a [email protected]


SHADOWBENNY26

Wood Stove Pool Heaters

Postby SHADOWBENNY26 » Tue 26 Jan, 2010 21:11

Hi Guys

I found a company that is manufacturing Wood Stove Pool Heaters in Canada. The company is WSP and the website is woodstovepools.com

I was speaking with them and I am sold. These guys have it figured out!
Also very easy to deal with!

Cheers
Dave
Guest

Wood Stove Pool Heaters

Postby Guest » Wed 12 May, 2010 18:32

don't use copper lines..stick with your first idea..316 stainless steel is best for corrosion protection due to pool chemistry
Piper1076

Wood Stove Pool Heaters

Postby Piper1076 » Fri 18 Jun, 2010 20:48

AR wrote:I am a boiler technician. I spent 2 years developing such an idea. The first year, it worked, but had a couple design issues. The second year however, much better. I live in the NE. I opened my pool may 1. It was 54 *F. In 2 days-it was 85* F. Email me.


Pool User wrote:Has anyone designed a way to heat your pool with wood? Some that lives in our town heats their pool with a homemade wood burning system. Has anyone done this and if so, how did you make it? My husband would like to make one to heat our pool.

Thanks



AR, I would love to get a copy of this! Please e-mail me at [email protected] We could use as much help as we can get lol. Thanks again!
Wayne K

Wood Stove Pool Heaters

Postby Wayne K » Wed 08 Sep, 2010 15:50

From everything I have read, one needs to be very careful when using copper tubing with chlorinated water. The chemical reaction between the two can actually become toxic water. If I am wrong, I'd love to hear some replies.
ExtendaSwim

Wood Stove Pool Heaters

Postby ExtendaSwim » Wed 10 Nov, 2010 12:24

Hi, I'm a representative for ExtendaSwim, we've been building wood fired pool heaters since 1997, and have a very refined design.
mtst22

Wood Stove Pool Heaters

Postby mtst22 » Thu 09 Dec, 2010 10:27

I am a boiler technician. I spent 2 years developing such an idea. The first year, it worked, but had a couple design issues. The second year however, much better. I live in the NE. I opened my pool may 1. It was 54 *F. In 2 days-it was 85* F. Email me.

I live in Arkansas, I'm also working on a plan to build a wood burning pool heater and I need all the help I can summon, Any help you could turn loose would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
kitkat128

Wood Stove Pool Heaters

Postby kitkat128 » Sat 19 Feb, 2011 17:49

AR wrote:I am a boiler technician. I spent 2 years developing such an idea. The first year, it worked, but had a couple design issues. The second year however, much better. I live in the NE. I opened my pool may 1. It was 54 *F. In 2 days-it was 85* F. Email me.


I know this post is old but I'd still like to inquire about obtaining the information for building this. Thank you!
bil5mith

Wood Stove Pool Heaters

Postby bil5mith » Wed 13 Jul, 2011 17:42

:lol:

Into season three, changed the design of my heater. Got 10 old rads connected them inline under the swimming pool. they are on 50mm insulation and surrounded by 100mm insulation. Essentially I have put a central heating system under the pool. Works a blinder. Fill the burner at night heats pool nicely and during th day the solar cover and 100 mm insulation round the pool keeps it all warm. Very controllable now as have added a heat sink should it get to warm the fire is dampened and cold water is introduced to the system. Still trial and error but works well. Additionally now have 1km of garden hose working of a central heating pump for day use, astonishingly good for a quick blast of heating, this being connected to a 50 gallon drum and run on a mixer tap to provide a shower at the end of the bathing day.

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