How To Make Endless Hot Water Without Electricity


Did you know that rocket stoves can be used for other things besides cooking? Scott Hunt will show you in this next video how to heat water using a rocket stove. All you need to do is have some chopped wooden pieces and you’re ready to heat water without using electricity. Just imagine how much money you could save by applying this technique in your own home.

The way this works is actually very easy and the video below contains a thorough explanation and a demonstration, so you don’t need to be an engineer to put this great idea into practice. Just watch the video below and listen to Scott Hunt. Scott Hunt is the owner of Practical Preppers.

7 Responses to “How To Make Endless Hot Water Without Electricity”

  1. Linda Hutchinson says:

    How could one adapt this to an in-house wood-burning stove to an in-house hot water tank?Obviously one would not expect to continuously heat the water, more of a plan-ahead-on-demand system. I have an 8 x 36 tiny home.

  2. Roger says:

    So rubbish. My friend has boiler and it burn wood and directly heat the water.

  3. Andy says:

    …and just imagine how much greenhouse gases you produce by using this technique! Nice idea, but fails to protect the environment!

  4. Tim says:

    In most cities you cannot burn any wood not purchased for burning. No yard twigs or branches or lumber scraps.

    • RobertV says:

      “In most cities you cannot burn any wood not purchased for burning”

      Um, BS. Here in MA you can burn – inside – any untreated (unpainted, un-preserved, etc) wood. I’m pretty sure all NE states, except maybe CT (they’re really NYers) it’s the same.

  5. david says:

    How do you get the water to the pipes in the house in order to use the water?

  6. Joe says:

    It’s ok. Judging by most of the kids I’ve met who are worried about greenhouse gases, they couldn’t start a fire anyway. Go charge ur phone.

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