new vid: solar food dehydrator

Discussion in 'Designing, building, making and powering your life' started by paul wheaton, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. paul wheaton

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    Thanks Paul, this is another of your great videos and shows off Brian's excellent idea very well. Fantastic re-use idea ... simple, quick, and effective.
     
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    Great vid, thanks. I really appreciate you posting these. It's an upright freezer btw, not a chest freezer (important if you are describing it to someone).
     
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    good catch on the freezer! Change is made!

    Thanks for the positive feedback guys!
     
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    Paul, that's a good one! Do you know what kind of screens he's talking about inside the panel area that get hot? The only screens I've seen are polyester or acrylic, and wouldn't do that.
     
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    Sorry - I don't know.
     
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    I plan to use Terimesh for the screen, its cheep (for stainless steel mesh) & not too difficult to get hold of.
     

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