How I Heat My House For Cheap In Canada Part 2

unusual heating using a waste product, a technical look at how it works. More of my heating videos found here.

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Cheapest way in the world to heat your house - Komoto Fans
Komoto Fans is the world's first patent-pending heated ceiling fan that has heating elements inside the blades of the fan. In this video we show you the Komoto III which features five 800 watt quartz heating elements in each blade. The Komoto III is rated at only 800 watts and only uses 6 amps of power and can heat 1600sf and uses on 4 cents per hour. The Komoto III use a patent-pending power distribution system that only powers one blade at a time. The faster the Komoto III turns the hotter it gets. The Komoto III is 700%+ efficient. Buy a Komoto Fan today and tell the power company to shove it.

from the webmaster Although the device is efficient, in most all water heating applications it is difficult to economically justify a device. The company has moved towards the mixing and reaction chemistry applications and specialized heating applications. The system can heat water, but there are numerous competing technologies that can heat water and make steam that are much less capital intensive and often cheaper to operate, as electricity is an expensive and highly refined fuel when compared to gas, coal or oil. Because of this we ceased marketing home/residential heating systems and generic steam systems. Our core heating applications are now applications where: A fluid scales rapidly on a heat transfer surface Safety/operational concerns demand a flameless system for safety Total automation is needed and not available with conventional technology Our heating applications are largely niche applications where conventional technology falls short. Examples of heating applications well suited to the device include: Heating of food products such as cheese, eggs and chocolate Heating chemical and polymeric streams Heating industrial brines and heavy salt solutions Our company continues to strive to bring our customers the best industrial heating, mixing and reactor solutions. PRODUCT REVIEW or

Tesla Turbine
Nikola Tesla designed a bladeless turbine in 1910. He Patented a design in the US on 6th of May 1913. in 1916 Tesla describes the Tesla Turbine as his best invention to date.

Inventor Jailed for making this video?
Here is a direct link to the small engine plans %5B1%5D.pdf I highly recommend that you check out their whole site, here's the link heres the link to my geet playlist Paul was approached by members of the oil cartel that made him offers for his patent, each time he demanded a contractual provision that the invention would actually be used to help man and the planet - The potential buyers always refused - One group took Paul to court and argued that Paul was insane, for anyone that would turn down the amount of money that he was offered was surely crazy - Paul Pantone was falsely placed in a mental institution where he was tortured in an attempt to get him to sign over all rights to his design He was released when an employee realized that Paul was not crazy and the crazy story that he was telling was in fact true -- Realizing that he could never market the technology in this corrupt world has offered do it yourself plans to modify your own engines -- Thanks to for that explanation ENOUGH!!! Yes it works! Look up US patent 5794601 video in question, And all other's are directly related. 4267976 May 1981 Chatwin 4418653 December 1983 Yoon 4524746 June 1985 Hansen 4567857 February 1986 Houseman et al. 4735186 April 1988 Parsons 5059217 October 1991 Arroyo et al. 5074273 December 1991 Brown 5357908 October 1994 Sung et al. 5379728 January 1995 Cooke 5408973 April 1995 Spangjer 5443052 August 1995 Aslin This is what you may call a prohibition cluster ****!