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Hello all!

My RMH is working fine, and we're thinking now on makins some more in a friend's big house. They'd like the idea to have a RMH to heat water (yes, I know it's dangerous and we only want to think about it...) and I was looking for a post in wich some one uploaded his photos of a great looking RMK with a water tank after the barrel, and it seemed really well done work.

Do any of you know which I'm talking abotut? It's a pitty I forgot to bookmark it and I'm not sure if it was posted here or in some of the facebook RMH groups I'm into....

Thanks a lot and have a nice day
 
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Use google, I don't have any luck with the search engine here. Try "permies, RMH, hot water" and refine from there.
 
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Thank you very much, Satamax!

The permies one was the one I was looking for. But the Donkey's one looks great too!

Maybe this summer we'll have the opportunity to try one of this designs.

Have a nice day!
 
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