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Subject: Re: Induction Heating

Date: 04/24/01 at 11:53 PM
Posted by: Jim Kirkland-Smith
E-mail: kirklandsmith@xtra.co.nz
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In Reply to: Induction Heating posted by J G Hubner on 02/15/01 at 3:54 PM:

It would work well if the swimmers were to eat a large amount of ferrous or non ferrous metals as induction heating requires a 'resisitance' to heat to.
Suggest you try solar water heating if you have some sunshine. We live in a very cold climate and enjoy our pool most all year around with a low cost black plastic (rubber like) water tubes that have a surface area slightly larger than our pools.
It works so well from direct solar radiance we have had to employ a thermal shutoff otherwise our water gets too hot.
Hope this helps. Jim K-S

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