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Old 03-09-2013, 07:52   #1
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I must install in my sailboat an boiler to warm up at water to service and bath , someone has in design or picture

Sorry my Englisch is terrible
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Old 03-09-2013, 08:24   #2
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You can use a simple pressure water system...
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Old 03-09-2013, 08:25   #3
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Bom Dia JC and welcome to Cruiser's Forum.

Not necessary to apologize. I am certain that your English is much better than my Portuguese.

I think you are asking about a hot water heater or calentador in Spanish. I think Portuguese for this may be aquecedor de água?

In the USA these are available from marine supply stores. There are models that heat water by propane gas, electricity or from the cooling water">engine cooling water system. Some models will work with engine and gas or engine and electric.

They come in many sizes, starting around 5 gallons and go as large as you would want.

Here is a link for some. I apologize if I misunderstand and you are asking for something different. If I am wrong perhaps post a photograph.

Defender.com Search Results: hot water heater
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Re: Boiler

I think you are looking for a Hydronic Heater, search the term "hydronic" there are lots of dissucusions most of the systems are diesel powered so you can use fuel from your engines tanks.
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Bom Dia JC and welcome to Cruiser's Forum.

Not necessary to apologize. I am certain that your English is much better than my Portuguese.

I think you are asking about a hot water heater or calentador in Spanish. I think Portuguese for this may be aquecedor de água?

In the USA these are available from marine supply stores. There are models that heat water by propane gas, electricity or from the engine cooling water system. Some models will work with engine and gas or engine and electric.

They come in many sizes, starting around 5 gallons and go as large as you would want.

Here is a link for some. I apologize if I misunderstand and you are asking for something different. If I am wrong perhaps post a photograph.

Defender.com Search Results: hot water heater
Thanks a lot good material about boiler
This weekend I go take pictures about boiler homemade
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