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As we are now entering Summer and Europe & the States, is in Winter lets have a 20% off Plans.

I have reduced the price at the payment end to $20.00 NZD and $14.48USD.

Feedback from a previous customer,

Hi Jim, I've using your design for the past 5 years. Still amazed at how well it works.

Cheers Peter Newport.

Thanks Peter, Jim.

The latest Fan Forced Waste Oil Heater Plans.

How to build your own heater, so it burns cleanly, and pumps out the heat.

These are very easy and quick to build and you'll get alot of satisfaction out of them.

These plans cover the building either our 45 kg as pictured. The 45 kg cylinder heater will heat large areas, or water should you wish to run radiators in your home.

Now you can use anything like steel pipe with caps on the ends, or old compressor cylinders, existing log fires. So get started today and start saving not only on firewood but gas too. Once you have free heat you can start looking into all types of cooking & heating options.

The plans will be emailed to you as soon as we have been notified by PayPal of your purchase.

However sometimes, with time differences we will receive your order by the next morning. They will then be sent to you first thing the following morning. There is a person at the other end, sending these emails out so it's not fully automated as yet. 

This free heat source is capable in heating all your hot water needs too.

Includes the burner blower unit.

To make it easier these also work on the drip fed or needle valve system, we do recommend you look into purchasing our waste oil controller unit to totally control it.

No tap, not even a pression needle valve, is reliable enough to control a waste oil heater.

Plans for the waste oil heater $20.00 NZD or $14.48 USD

We will help you build your heater should you require help, it'll be via email.

These heaters work extremely well, and if your into free heating it'll never be any cheaper.

Get the plans now so you have plenty of time to source the bits and have it built by winter, your family will be toastie warm.

I would think this system would last around 30 years, my heater is 15 years old now, and20.00 apart for the odd flake of rusty steel falling off it now and then from inside it, it's still very solid steel cylinder.

Turn that heater into a free hotwater producing system with this wetback.