Scott L: 2jeffs, NASA called, they are short a rocket scientist....
On average, how many gallons oil does your design use? What is your average
daily high and low temps when you have this fired up?
Freddie Dan: freaking awesome nice job
HappyScrappy47: Wow man, if I was half smart enough I would attempt this, but it's above my
head :) nice work! Like!!
John Parker: Gave you a like! Amazing work.
Phil Galati: Very Very nice
gregory nelson: Jeff- That was a great video and a super cool idea. Wow- you said that you
have plans for this, right? I would love to do a build like this, too. How
can I get a copy of them? I look forward to starting this.
Orlando Pereira: Where in Canada are you using it and does it heat your shop well? how big
is your shop?
bos dad: This is what youtube should be all about. sharing idea's and design's that
help others. I have one question, can the smog pump be replaced by a simple
blower ? also, the 12v solenoid can be found on eBay for about 12.00
D eez: This is great but I need something more simple and use no electricity.
(unless stove can create electricity)
ushillbillies: Lots of great ideas...I need to see your air pump...I have built a couple
before for comperssed air ...but they were hard on compressors..
Inspironator: Liked and subscribed! I can see how a manual setup is possible, but an
automated setup like you show is so much nicer. I am amazed how clean the
glass remains. You've got a really nice setup with all the precautions --
just add an oil tank full sensor/light/buzzer and you'll likely never need
the oil overflow trough upstairs, but you probably have enough capacity up
there to last 18 mo. of oil collection. Awesome!
William Ward: Hi wonderful design you mentioned the age of the stove it looks brand new.
Please provide make and model. Also, do you know what the inside temp. is?
I am wondering if it could spin a vane in the summer that would be attached
to a generator. Again your design is wonderful. What are the storage
tanks? Looks like you got everything covered. Oh, nice restored gas pump in
the background your shop is spotless...
Janus Zwart: Stunning system
Brad hoffman: if you want more heat...and no i am not joking,...put the firepan in a pan
with water...will increase heat output massively
Dan Murphy: I see your thermostat is reducing the oil by the solenoid are you also
slowing down your air supply? Not quite getting what your putting down.. Is
the the smog pump for high pressure low volume air?
Just wondering, nice vid Murf!
Rex Morgan: Fantastic work. I wish I had the skill set to put this together. This is a
sweet rig. Thermostat controlled, timers, relays, fault lights, pumps, fail
safes. Great work dude.
radstorm: Awesome stove Jeff. You mentioned per season about 5 gallons of oil? How
long would a season be? How many btu do you think it puts out, or have you
ever measured that? Regardless thanks for being generous about sharing this
with others :)
Anthony Sozio: Wow man! As an engineering student this was alot of fun to watch!
William Weesner: whew, that is a finished product there my friend. the time invested is
Daniel Chisler: real sweet mate .I use resturant oil in my oil burner but it is a hobby and
takes patience to opperate.....
Shai Hulud: nice thingy you got there, so you're telling me you heat your house like
this ? Here in France everybody pay gas or electricity to do so :o
Nuvadauba numele: Very interesting design, congrats! I was wondering, how much oil does it
consumes? Thank you, all the best!
lowrider9367: Nice Video. I would like to make one for my garage. Approximately with
your setup. How long do you get out of a Gallon of oil?
Jason Hess: 12:53 "I have a ton of time in perfecting this, this is all my origional
design" I cant spell either but much respect at a finly crafted furnace
Ronald Cassner: one more question jeff can you use solid or does it have to be hollow
center pc. in center of pot to burn right.
amc75matador: This is pretty neat setup, thanks for sharing
Sampo Jokimäki: Wow this is a really nice DIY-setup!
Tcmtech: Thanks. I try to actually give helpful info opposed to just idiotically
troll a guy to make myself feel important.
SecurityisaMyth: Thank you for taking the time to make this video. What a great job- you've
got me interested now.
Mark Loring: Dude, you are amazing!. Nice job!. Thanks for the video.
1RogerRoger1: I'm very impressed. Very clever design. Artfully executed. Skillfully
presented and explained. You've given me a lot to consider. Thanks!
Terry Schramm: Great video, thank u, nice job
Cmoa Bob: Jeepers, that is truly impressive!
Dang, people like you make me realize just how lazy the rest of us become
and how much we depend on gizmos other people think up while we just
happily pay through the nose. Your pioneering spirit and self-reliance are
something you should be proud of; and thanks for sharing!
Bryan J. Smith: Very cool...uh...hot!
Sharethegospel1two1: I really liked this video, Thanks for sharing.
Niels M. Christensen: Niece to see, effektiv and cheap .
gandl2123: Decided I'm going to start out with a manual drip type to cut my teeth on,
installed in the 55 gal drum model. Horizontal mount, sand in the bottom,
typical barrel kit. then grate or something mounted on half submerged in
sand fire brick. Get her started like yours starts and then get a valve to
drip at idle as you call it and then burn away. I also thought of burning
a certain amount of oil at a time...say a gallon. Find a VERY heavy duty
or cast iron reservoir to mount on top of a flat stop top mounted and just
above the bottom and only barrel. This will keep the oil very warm and
flow nice. But, be able to take it off or have a quick disconnect if
necessary. My heater will almost NEVER run by itself as I will be in the
garage with it at all times.
Jim's How-to Videos: very good video, your one smart dude.
1Mattu: Sweet design . This would be on my to do list. Thanks for sharing.
nezar sweiti: It is relay nice job, design is great , think it is the most efficient
design of waist oil stove ever seen on YouTube. So clean around.
Dave Reinhardt: This was nice. I liked your set up and liked this video. Now I need to
cloudstrifeification .: Smart, cool and amazing that is all I have to say...
Nancy King: I'm getting mine together thanks for your help. Another question-- my old
system used 1/4 pipe is this the same for you? Will 3/8 help at all?
PleasantSuprise: Jeff, Nice heater! Would you know well would this work with WVO(Waste
MrAirshot: so this is not drip feed style ,so how exactly you can spray the oil with
this kind of very low pressure ? and does the filtered oil do ignite more
easily than the non filtered ?
Jamie Kroll: Would WVO work? or do you need the pop of dinosaurs?
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