How To Make A $249 Homemade Multi-Use Solar Air Heater For About $19. This Is Totally Awesome, And So Easy To Make!

You’re going to love this multi use DIY solar air heater. Besides being a great little heater there’s more. It will warm, dry, defrost, de-ice, dehydrate, turn snow into water, and more. The video will give you some other ideas. Best of all you can make it for about $19 assuming you already have a solar panel.

Now before people start asking about where the $249 came from you can do a search for “SolarInfra Systems 18×48” Consumer Solar Air Heater by SolarInfra Systems” on Amazon to see the price.

Even if you are not the most handy person around you can easily make one of these solar air heaters. It’s all explained quite easily in the video. To make one of these air heaters you’ll need the following 5 items

  1. box
  2. glass,
  3. paint –
  4. computer fan
  5. small solar panel

This solar heater can raise raise the temperature about 70F!. Tip: lining the bottom of box with black plastic will help protect heater from any water, ice or snow.


By Mayo Clinic Staff

Shivering is your body’s automatic defense against cold temperature — an attempt to warm itself. Constant shivering is a key sign of hypothermia. Signs and symptoms of moderate to severe hypothermia include:

  • Shivering
  • Clumsiness or lack of coordination
  • Slurred speech or mumbling
  • Stumbling
  • Confusion or difficulty thinking
  • Poor decision making, such as trying to remove warm clothes
  • Drowsiness or very low energy
  • Apathy or lack of concern about one’s condition
  • Progressive loss of consciousness
  • Weak pulse
  • Slow, shallow breathing

A person with hypothermia usually isn’t aware of his or her condition, because the symptoms often begin gradually and because the confused thinking associated with hypothermia prevents self-awareness.

READ  9 Essestial Items You'll Need To Survive A Pandemic

Hypothermia not necessarily related to the outdoors

Hypothermia isn’t always the result of exposure to extremely cold outdoor temperatures. An older person may develop mild hypothermia after prolonged exposure to indoor temperatures that would be tolerable to a younger or healthier adult — for example, temperatures in a poorly heated home or in an air-conditioned home.

Symptoms of mild hypothermia not related to extreme cold exposure are nearly identical to those of more severe hypothermia, but may be much less obvious. Signs and symptoms of mild hypothermia may include:

  • Shivering
  • Faster breathing
  • Trouble speaking
  • Confusion
  • Lack of coordination
  • Fatigue
  • Increased heart rate
  • High blood pressure

Hypothermia in infants

Typical signs of hypothermia in an infant include:

  • Bright red, cold skin
  • Very low energy

When to see a doctor

Call 911 or your local emergency number if you see someone with signs of hypothermia or if you suspect a person has had unprotected or prolonged exposure to cold weather or water. If possible take the person inside, remove wet clothing, and cover him or her in layers of blankets.


Leave a Reply


Ready - Inform - Defend