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Hey everyone
I am now working on a project to build a stove to head up my pool. I have been googling it back and forward and still not sure how I wand to have it. I work in a mechanism workshop so I have good access to tools.
But now I need your help to work out a good design.
The pool is 700 L and the pump is pumping around 20l Per min.
I would like it to out of mix of black metal and stainless steel, where the stainless part is where the water will be heated in.

sizes and setup needed.
 
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Hi Gunnar,
Personally, I didn't build such a heater, but maybe someting like this is what you have in mind?
http://donkey32.proboards.com/thread/1708/pizza-oven-pool-heater-build
 
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Will this work to head up the water?
Blue being the water
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