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cavitation heater

has anyone seen or tried heating with a cavitation heater??check out hydrodynamics.com. going to give it a try,see what happens...mike

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  • Big Will
    Big Will Member Posts: 396


    Curious to see how that works. I looked at the site and the concept makes sense. It just looks like they are not focusing on comfort heating as a use.
  • Barbbarossa
    Barbbarossa Member Posts: 4
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    Not likely, you would still get a less efficient transfer of energy then if you used an electric water heater. What you get is 3,413 BTU/ kW or 2445 BTU/Hp/H and no free lunch the pump would have losses asocated with it greater then a heater,
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