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Originally posted by xxcalbier
there are other ways to do this even more primitive yet with which all you need is a fire to heat and you can move water from lower to upper container and then use that water to turn a wheel but this post could go on with how many net ways you can do this .using nothing but one way valves pips and metal containers and a fire even a wood fire or a garbage fire .and with this rig you could move thousands of gallons a day easy
Not sure what the problem is.. The link works for me, and I know of no registration requirements. Just go to Epicenter.com and do a search from there maybe under power.
Originally posted by RogerT
reply to post by Redwing48
link results in 403, must be membership access only page
Originally posted by purplemer
reply to post by RogerT
The best thing you can do. Is do a course in it. learn it right.
Originally posted by Dreamwatcher
Well, I do not think an inverter would handle a refrigerator anyway, I do not believe it would be able to handle the initial current draw during start up. Refrigerators are terribly inefficient and quite honestly you would be wasting your precious resources powering one. There are more conventional ways of keeping things cool such as wine cellars, etc.
For the most part, inverters are not going to power a major appliance, and even if they can handle the draw, it would be a terribly inefficient way to power them.