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The house mentioned above is named 'Solara'. It is in Ohio Somewhere. Here is a picture of the 'twisty-tube', joined together and coiled with polyethylene brackets to be used in a 55 gallon drum. All of the hot water in his house will be heated by the exchange of heat in the drum from the ethylene glycol heated on the roof by the sun. Mostly we do Stainless Steel for High Tech applications, but we can also twist coil copper brass and aluminum tubing. There are only 3 companies that do this in the USA, and we are the only one taking new customers. The surface area is increased 300%-500%, and the medium is forced to spin and mix, allowing for homogenity.

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