DIY Passive Fireplace Heat Exchanger

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How To Make A Passive Fireplace Heat Exchanger

Passive Fireplace Heat Exchanger

A passive fireplace heat exchanger can help you warm up your house, RV or camper faster and more efficiently. With a wood stove heat exchanger in place, you are capturing heat that would otherwise go out the chimney as waste heat.

The heat exchanger will collect heat passing through your chimney pipe and radiate that heat into your room. Using a passive heat exchanger saves electricity and or wood, and cuts down on the cost to run one.

With no moving parts, there is also nothing to wear out with time. Read on to see how to make one of these and get cosy warm this winter with minimal cost and effort!

DIY Passive Fireplace Heat Exchanger

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