10:29PM | 04/29/13
Member Since: 04/29/13
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Have you tried the TimberLine wood fired water stove. They are meant to heat hot tubs and pools. They come in three different sizes and have added safety features such as built in temp gage and a pressure release valve. Their large wood fire pool heater is ideal for anyone that has wood at their disposal.



03:44AM | 05/10/13
Looks good thanks! Greetz


03:45AM | 05/10/13
thanks a lot for reading. Greet from holland.


07:22AM | 05/30/13
Thanks for sharing such a nice information..this will work as a normal temperature

Swimming Pool Heaters


06:40AM | 06/03/13
hye, i' m peter from FRANCE i dont know a lot of English just some memory of schoolfrom 25 years !!
i also try to heat my pool with wood but i put the copper coil into a drum full of water then putit in the fire ; it work but not as i wish.Did you put copper directly in fire ?
If you have got photos it will be nice.
Thank you in advance
my E.mail: [email protected]


10:33AM | 09/04/13
Hi just read about what you have done and it sounds very good could you please email me some pics please ? [email protected] thank you

Diyer laurel

05:38PM | 04/03/14
Member Since: 04/03/14
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Not sure if you are still emailing picture of your heater or not however we are looking to build one this spring for our pool. My email address is [email protected] Thanks!


03:51PM | 02/13/15
Member Since: 02/13/15
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New to the forum. I'am building a wood fired pool heater using a old fisher wood stove. will be using stainless steel pipe mounted to the inside top of the stove. Here is my question?. many people doing this use 50-100 ft or more of copper tube i guess the stuff you buy from home depoit or such. people say some problems are, making sure the water never gets cut off or it could melt the tube or the soilder. plus others have said it put strain on your pump going down to 1/2" in size. I was going to use 1 1/2 stainless sch 40 to do two things. #1 it wont hurt the flow rate. and #2 someone had mentioned its better to have more flow not so hot but heating a larger quanity. So which is more correct? lots (like 100') of 1/2" copper tube or lets say 24' of 1 1/2 stainless pipe. thanks for any advice my name is dave
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