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Old 11-10-13, 06:23 PM   #17
solarhotairpanels
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iamego,

Thank you Sir,

If I were to build new or customize anything on my hot air collectors I would pay more attention to balancing the backdraft that occurs with hot air collectors.

If you can stop/trap the cold air in the tubing/collector after you're build you are accomlishing a major issue for sure.

Good Luck on your build Sir!
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