Heating Water From FLU
I have moved house and had to leave my beautiful WFO behind (nickenamed the "Old Girl").
Good news is I get to build another one in our new house, cannot wait to get started.
I was wondering if anyone has had any experience in wrapping copper pipe around the flu to heat up water from a garden tap? I am planning on having a sink next to my new oven and like the idea of heating water for dishes, cleaning etc (to be honest I just like the challenge).
Look forward to hearing if anyone has had some success with this.
Last edited by pizzahead; 06-30-2011 at 11:41 PM.
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