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Some Good Ways to Make a Solar Heat Collector

in Here is your first Forum Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:21 am
by micoe1401 • 3 Posts

1 Now the first step to make u pipe solar collector, minimize a sheet of 4-by-8-by-1/2 inch plywood to 3 foot 3inches by 8 foot with a round saw.
2 Minimize a 2-by-4-by-8 foot stud into two 3 foot lengths.
3 Fasten two 2-by-4-by-8 studs flush with possibly 8-foot borders of the sheet of plywood. Fasten the two 2-by-4-by-3 studs flush with the best and bottom borders of the sheet of plywood with 1 1/2 inch drywall screws. Generate the screws via the back again of the plywood into the studs. Fasten the 3 foot studs to the 8 foot studs by toe toenailing the ends of the studs collectively utilizing screws. To toe toenail two boards collectively, a toenail or screw should be driven at a steep angle via the facets of 1 board into the board that is perpendicular to it. Toe toenailing is utilized when a toenail or screw cannot be driven directly via the back again of 1 board into an additional.
4 Minimize 1 1-by-4-by-8 board lengthwise into identical widths.
5 Minimize the two 1-by-2-by-8 pieces to 7 feet, 9 inches prolonged.
6 Then, fasten the two 1-by-2-by-7, 9-inch pieces to the within of every 8 foot stud. Seat the 1-by-2-by-7 foot 9 inch pieces on the plywood. Attach utilizing 1 1/2 inch drywall screws. Screw the 1-by-2-by-7 foot, 9-inch pieces to the 2-by-4-by-8 studs.
7 Use the silicon caulk to seal all the seams in the solar collector container. Enable 24 several hours for the silicon caulk to heal.
8 Paint the interior of the container with the dark paint.
9 Flip the container more than and cut two slots 4 inches broad by 3 feet prolonged the best and bottom edges 3 inches from the best and bottom borders and 1 1/2 inches in from every facet of the plywood. Use a spade tad and drill a pilot hole at every finish of the two slots. Use a jigsaw to cut the 4-inch widths then use a round saw to cut the 3-foot lengths.
10 Minimize a sheet of 3-by-8 foot corrugated steel roofing to 3 foot by 6 feet, 10 inches. Use an abrasive steel-slicing round saw blade to cut the roofing.


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