Quality Homemade Waste Oil Burner Heater DIY




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steve Little: Alright wheres your shop at? i need someone to hold my hand thru making this exact burner in my pole building. just kidding, but i could never build this although i really want to. Awesome job Mr Jeff. You could build these for a living and at some point i will be picking your brain for info. Have a great day bud

Loren Daoust: Looks like a pretty solid design. I would like to do something similar with a couple of changes. I have hot water heating in the house and my shop. I'd like to use the same style stove and weld a two inch deep box to the top of the stove and run water through it - with the proper pressure relief and expansion tanks etc. I would most likely run the unit outside in a shack as well then run underground insulated lines to the shop and house. Do you think a stove like yours could heat the water sufficiently without taking too much heat from the fire to cause problems?

David Smith: I have built a similar system but have taken it to the next level. I have converted a wood stove to a hot water heater, I put several pipes through it and made a water lined chimney. I use it to heat a cottage that is 2000 sq ft. with two rads. the stove is outside, I put two circuits to drip oil, a low and high. I use a temp sensor to switch based on water temp. My question today is based on the amount of oil I am using. What is your consumption when burning high. I know this is a difficult question. I am burning about .75 Canadian gal an hour. I think this is too much. I will post a video in about 30 days. 

dimmacommunication: i didn't understand how it was gravity fed.. and also can you use waste veg oil?

Kirk Frederick: Another step off the grid, another step on cutting out ridiculous greedy middle-people (notice how politically correct). Enough of suffering with high cost while someone else gets to live like kings while we're just trying to stay warm. Thanks for helping keep balance when others out there demonstrate that they couldn't care less. Now to figure everything out so we can expand on this. The greatest thing is when it's done efficient enough to keep pollution to a minimum and not putting used oil in a landfill or worse,, in our water supply. Thanks!

Jessie James: Nobody really knows what that powder junk would do to the environment. If everyone in in a major city would use that .that stuff would build up fast. And besides i think it would be better to recycle the oil to use again sense you just cant make oil.

Jeremy Cook: Thank you for taking the time to put this video together. It is well filmed and well edited... not to mention that you did a very impressive job explaining everything. This video WILL be bookmarked for future use!

Almost Heaven Hydroponics: I am impressed. How much you charge to convert my stove over?

steve lecain: this thing works awesome, only trouble is my insurance company wouldn't insure my shop if I did this to my stove..but I like the idea for sure.

Jeff Greene: I enjoyed this video very much. Thank you Jeff.

buggsyspam: Wow, this is a really nice setup. Looks professionally engineered.

nrgsmrt1: Jeff this is one of the most impressive "YouTube" videos I've ever experienced. Thank You for the huge amount of time and stay with'it'ness that you mustered to perfect this awesome waste-oil burner. I love ya man. Tim.

Dzintars Bergs: Useless!!! It is not automatic!!! It does not firing it self.You have to assist.

Conny Bernfalk: You, My friend.... Are a genius.

Ruben Chavez: This is awesome!!

greg bailey: you rock

Aaron Stidham: Loved your video , THANK YOU for sharing your design with us all. I cant wait to show this to my brother for his garage.

Wayne Lawler: Thank you for your post I really enjoyed it. I do pose a question for you. I notice you pump air to the stove, would a rocket type stove work being fueled by the oil? and maybe get even more heat? thank you for your time.

John Hovan: Thanks for sharing! Is the top of the stove hot enough to boil water?

Shannon Naylor: amazing job and thank you for your generous nature on giving your hard earned knowledge away. 

Serj Prihodko: Great stuff 

urgentcareguy3: I could not make out what you called that glass unit turned up side down. 

steve labrech: i would like to have this system but , IM sure no annsurance company would insure you if you say you have this in your home or garage. And if you don't tell them and your house burns down....good luck getting paid :(

refi68: Hi, could I use this for my shop? It's about 3,000 sq ft. Would this be sufficient enough to warm up that much space? How many gallons of waste oil per hour would it use? And how much would this cost? Thank you very much.

Carmel Ellis: Really clever Jeff...

Dan inWY: What part of Chicago do you live?

HYDROGENTEK: I am about to start my project, the wood stove I got has the bricks. Did you remove them leaving just the steel walls exposed? thank you.

Bob Hastrich: Very impressive 

Michael Spivey: nice

Paul Jordan: Definitely one of the coolest things I've ever seen on YouTube. Really impressive build and excellent video. Thank you so much for sharing!

Prepper Mountain: Ah the oil burning methods. We used a Remington 150 torpedo heater as a parts source, and made ours with a #2 diesel admittance valve for start up with its spark plug, then the 14 gallon tank is of used oil mix. It's 90/10 used oil and alcohol with over heat shut down. All is fed into a vertical burner assembly then into a mass of 2" radiator pipes with 2 box fans behind it. Heats a 2100 square foot shop area in Idaho that has 20 foot ceilings! Efficiency is .88 gallons per hour with the Remingtons injector nozzle turned down to 2 psi. Easy and CHEAP!

Craig Hayward: absolutely awesome wish i had the means to do this i will just have to rely on wood for now

frankie2234: Do you use this same system to heat your home??? I have watched this vid many times. I impressed each time I watch it.

Jake Morrison: Awesome build!

Old HickoryNut: Right up my alley, for home DIY. Might even be able to incorporate this with my jet furnace instead of using high grade mo gas or jet-a products with high water contamination or removed from moth balled airframes.

Rick Christie: Great video Jeff

Craig Hayward: absolutely awesome wish i had the means to do this i will just have to rely on wood for now

Rob Abreu: Awesome.. Great job... I agree... I love this one.. as well... Thanks for posting this info.. Cheers..

steve lee: Propper top notch video... Great guy and doesn't do drawings and plan's before the build!! Just THE way it should be done, That's how you learn by your mistakes... SUPERB keep it up fella.

Oil Burner: BEST DIY heater on Youtube and anywhere else I have ever seen! The automation is simple yet effective and makes the heater entirely practical and useful. It's one thing to get some oil to burn in the backyard, it's quite another to put the energy to good practical use where the heat can do some good. This thing is clean, effective safe and practical. A person would pay many thousands to get anything as effective in a commercial unit and then I think still have more maintenance and issues. I also love the fact you have fans on the thing to maximise the output and utilise some of the heat from the flue. Very few people pay any attention to all the heat going straight out there and do anything to utilise it. You seem to have thought of everything with this setup. One thing that may make the burner a little quieter is to use a blower from something like a VW Kombi. They are 12V and would blow plenty of air for your needs and are basically silent. There are other blowers from other cars as well you could use if you had any interest in making the thing any quieter that is. I kind of get the impression you are quite partial to the old faithful smog pump you have now though! :0) Brilliant job, I think this heater is definitely the Benchmark for all DIY heaters. 

Robin Conkel-hAnnan: Very ingenious.. What do you use for heat at night.?

jacob kerr: Your burner is all I ever wanted to do. I closed down a restaurant, but while running I saved all the old oil. Over 300 gallon I have know and I want to build a safe but and efficient oil stove for my basement to compensate some off the heat bills in the winter. Thank you for your post. I look forward to watching this again when I get to the point to start the build. 

Tommy Holcombe: Great looking unit. I would love to have detailed plans to build one for my shop.

josh kane: 14 people are to stupid to understand the principle of waste oil heating....

jimmytk: can you burn hydraulic oil also? awesome job!

JackCondor44: Im gonna start training on boiler installations soon.... looking forward to understanding the intricacies of the work...... my goal is surely to thumb my nose at the gas company .... one day... 

survivorapocalypse: dude you are crazy !!!

san379 .: drolet makes a oilstove.. i bet it would run on your oil too.. coleman made a oil stove called a dewatherm in the 70s.. has a lil carburetor on the back with a 5 gallon gravity gastank fill of kerosene 

Dunkirk NewYork: Awesome
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