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colinfurze
colinfurze 8 måneder siden
Now this is a very Low Tech approach to green energy but its always good to start simple and who knew about the washing machine door shape being so important lol. What other green projects would you like to see as this has got me thinking, Theres some great pitches from the teams with energy from falling rain aero efficient Traffic sequencing and different materials to improve batteries so hope this completion helps these things become a reality.
Ronald paul
Ronald paul 5 dager siden
@RM hhoh
Neal Pedigo
Neal Pedigo 14 dager siden
#colinfurze @colin furze
DeathByDabz Gaming
DeathByDabz Gaming 2 måneder siden
This concept if you could get the speed right would be Ideal for a cement mixer
Kevin
Kevin 3 måneder siden
Low tech for u or my dad not I
DannyPlayzGamz!
DannyPlayzGamz! 3 måneder siden
Epic
Kevin Gagnon
Kevin Gagnon 3 dager siden
You saying your just a plumber still cracks me up. You may not have been to school but your an engineer for real.
Antony Bradbury
Antony Bradbury 4 dager siden
Is better a box of acrilic and dry for greenhouse effect And is fast..
Jonathan Hodges
Jonathan Hodges 5 dager siden
What about grabbing the heating element from a toaster or hair dryer and adding it after the fan? But wouldn't all the heat get lost through the open door-less side? Use the original dryer drum and door!
Matthew Talbot-Paine
Matthew Talbot-Paine 5 dager siden
This is a lot more exciting but less green than just sticking that wind turbine and solar panel straight into your grid.
Matthew Talbot-Paine
Matthew Talbot-Paine 5 dager siden
Ah I see you are a man of culture, I also put the washing basket on my head, it has saved my life on more than 1 occassion.
Matthew Talbot-Paine
Matthew Talbot-Paine 5 dager siden
Wouldn't it be greener to attach your wind turbine to your house so that when it is on you are collecting the power even if you don't want to dry your clothes.
Zachery McDonnell
Zachery McDonnell 5 dager siden
Whoes now watching this knowing whats under that floor hehe
riley jenkins
riley jenkins 6 dager siden
This is solar punk as hell, man. Gone from Wallace and gromit to dr Seuss.
Aaron Rockwell
Aaron Rockwell 6 dager siden
They already make a wind/solar powered clothes dryer for much cheaper than this. Its called a clothesline.
Henry D
Henry D 6 dager siden
Have we tried using an energy efficient normal tumble dryer of such a wind turbine , solar panel and battery like the ones used here? Might be a more broad and versatile application
Gameryusic 825
Gameryusic 825 6 dager siden
I'm pretty sure there's there's episode where Mr Bean made something like this. (The cartoon one)
Rikukiaritakushi Zukarinkuari
Terrible job, you'd have done better getting some heat from a steel plate inside a pinball machine style glass cover. Throwing crap together just makes crap.
Lukasz Bat
Lukasz Bat 7 dager siden
How about a solar powered moonshine still 😂
azoicum
azoicum 7 dager siden
It was not soundproof, Colin.. !o! 🐎
Florida Shores
Florida Shores 8 dager siden
I love this guy but does anyone else get the impression that Phineas and Ferb was modeled after this guy?
Stinky  Shrek
Stinky Shrek 8 dager siden
Are their bugs
Galaxy_World
Galaxy_World 8 dager siden
Wow
Dylan Livingston
Dylan Livingston 8 dager siden
Should add another panel and add a heating element
Daniel Pye
Daniel Pye 8 dager siden
Colin: impressed by the he way a dryer door is designed Also Colin: doesn’t even care that he’s just built a dryer
Stuart Cotterill
Stuart Cotterill 9 dager siden
I'd love to see your monthly electric bill 😅
apeiron1984
apeiron1984 9 dager siden
Colin can escape a max security prison with a spoon
IQ Bang
IQ Bang 9 dager siden
All those time, energy, passion, ideas, knowledge, skills, and fund invested in this project achieved one great thing: To save the trouble for hanging clothes on the line. That again proved that Lazy people are the ones who push the world for more progress. Genius.
William Hickey
William Hickey 10 dager siden
In australia we just have a "clothes line" which looks like a massive umbrella covered with string which you then hang your clothes over and you just use that instead of a dry out it works great and it's free
Noble Thompson
Noble Thompson 10 dager siden
Random comment for the NOsections algorithm.
dimitri motor
dimitri motor 10 dager siden
i would have one brushless motor put on to have power three wires ac to dc and battery so you would always have power
Jim Bennett
Jim Bennett 10 dager siden
Mmmm Carbon reduction fresh!
Siwy Wabbit
Siwy Wabbit 11 dager siden
Tell me again, why you didn't merely hang your damp clothes in a clothesline in the wind?
kaylsbro
kaylsbro 11 dager siden
Do you still use this or not
Coated Number
Coated Number 11 dager siden
If you had a creek you could just put the drum in the water wheel and the fan on a separate wheel then use the spare energy for upping the efficiency. Drying cloths with water.
Gian Cedrick
Gian Cedrick 11 dager siden
This guy should make a giant hamster wheel
Luis V
Luis V 12 dager siden
incredible you have to be an electric engineer, mechanical engineer, smart, and very curious...love your channel keep uploading we keep watching.
ethan adkins
ethan adkins 12 dager siden
No matter what we do, the sun is non renewable and it will burn out someday
I am curious
I am curious 12 dager siden
So you made an infirior washing line.
Randomdud3
Randomdud3 13 dager siden
My grandmas solar/wind powered clothes dryer looks a bit different but ok
Nickolai
Nickolai 13 dager siden
Shell as a sponsor is a seriously new low
Warzak77
Warzak77 13 dager siden
he plays factorio irl, i like it
Dan ship
Dan ship 13 dager siden
I think Colin can create renewable energy in his shed without any fancy lab equipment.
FallenCookie 54
FallenCookie 54 13 dager siden
This man chose to make a wind powered dryer to lower the carbon footprint of his house but at the same time he has a light powered by a chainsaw
Jim Nichols
Jim Nichols 13 dager siden
Wind and solar powered clothes dryer.... a length of 6mm cordage that is affixed at both ends to a tree or T placed in the ground and you hang clothes across the cordage, wind blows across them wicking out moisture that the sun has heated. ....
Pc118Gamer
Pc118Gamer 14 dager siden
Colin, have you ever heard of a clothes line?
unbekannt unbekant
unbekannt unbekant 14 dager siden
Just hang your wet clothes on a line outside like every grandmother done it and you safe yourself slot of time !!! A right I forgot you need special machines like your tea maker 🤣🤣
Patrick DeWolfe
Patrick DeWolfe 14 dager siden
A clothesline
Steve T
Steve T 14 dager siden
A Wind/Solar Powered Clothes Dryer is a clothes line suspended between two points raised above the ground and typically run through two pulleys. All the rest is just gadgets...lol.
Matthew Ellul
Matthew Ellul 14 dager siden
The drum couldve been expanded by throwing a brick in it and get it spinning
DarkenSeyreth
DarkenSeyreth 14 dager siden
It's funny watching these videos knowing that he has a secret tunnel being dug just beneath his feet as he makes this.
Scott Klapak
Scott Klapak 15 dager siden
This is the longest video on how to make a "clothesline" I've ever seen.
hi-tech-guy-18
hi-tech-guy-18 15 dager siden
Me just get a PV MPPT VFD ( Soler pump (PV Motor Inverter ) - Battery less setup and 16x LG NeON2 415W BiFacial (upto 540W BiFacial) Solar Panels LG415N2T-L5 to make a 800V (792V) PV DC Sting > MPPT VFD 6KW > 240V AC [1 phase - 3 Phase] > UK AC socket
TheAntropod
TheAntropod 15 dager siden
I got an invention for drying clothes with sun and wind: THE ROPE
Alex Rose
Alex Rose 15 dager siden
Wooooo, this was released on my birthday, didnt even realise.
PatentDude
PatentDude 15 dager siden
Too bad no one has come up with some technology using a semi rigid material mounted substantially horizontal where you can lash your clothing items to facilitate drying of said items through solar contact and additionally added by periodic zephyrs.
will williamson
will williamson 15 dager siden
i invented these things caused clothes line and clothes pins! 100% global climate warming change cult verified!
WaterEarth Mud
WaterEarth Mud 15 dager siden
Isnt this all an oxymoron
Bradley Ross
Bradley Ross 16 dager siden
the fings you learn
greenaum
greenaum 16 dager siden
Far as I'm aware, and I haven't done the research and neither has Colin, that just tumbling clothes around does nothing. It blocks the wind from blowing over clothes, pulling them into it. All that moving air encourages water molecules to evaporate and leave the clothes even at whatever temperature it is outside. If you block that with a big drum and some sort of notional tumbling, you get nothing. It's much worse than a washing line. Ironically making this useless window-dressing. So you should probably win the competition. Buying a tumble dryer, trashing it, then deciding it's useless, that's certainly the spirit if not the letter of this nonsense. I think I'll go back to Colin digging his big hole, whoever sponsored that. It could be Satan himself and it still wouldn't be much worse than this one.
greenaum
greenaum 16 dager siden
Ecological tinsel from a massive source of pollution. Like when they put solar panels on their petrol stations. Net saving, basically nowt. Petrol sold, absolute shitloads. Comes out of their PR budget and costs them basically nothing. American vehicles use something like twice the petrol that European ones use, and nobody is interested in doing something about that. Shell's entire business is digging oil out of the ground, refining it, and selling it. Renewable anything would cut into their profits. This is purely PR, "greenwash", and it's nonsense. Apart from that, I love to see inventions. But I wouldn't be surprised if Shell bought up the patents then burned them. At least paper is renewable.
Big Steve
Big Steve 16 dager siden
How about eliminate fossil fuels
D D S S R R
D D S S R R 16 dager siden
Wind powered Clothes dryer. How has no one thought of this before... If only someone invented this before now.. Don't be silly, only colin could think of this idea.
Jackal1412
Jackal1412 17 dager siden
this is super awesome!
hexagon8899
hexagon8899 17 dager siden
i have one too! its called a washing line?!
Quintin Flower
Quintin Flower 18 dager siden
so a clothesline?
J DeWitt
J DeWitt 18 dager siden
Drum needs some baffles to unclump the clothes!
Marc Loxton
Marc Loxton 18 dager siden
My brother in law is a wind powered machine >.>
日神高露
日神高露 18 dager siden
add solar thermal collector + a heat exchanger loop
日神高露
日神高露 18 dager siden
1:09 are those fungus?
self healing
self healing 18 dager siden
The must have been the sunniest day ever in England You must build a rain powered dryer over there
Tommy Rad
Tommy Rad 19 dager siden
line $9 clothespins $9 for 50 God's heat lamp and uv sterilizer and breeze $0
Raging raccoon
Raging raccoon 19 dager siden
Wheres the washer furze
Boyogamer123
Boyogamer123 19 dager siden
If you want to wash clothes, just wait for it to rain.
Bartholomeow
Bartholomeow 19 dager siden
yep.. we only have 7 years left to live because it was 10 years according to greta.. on year 10 day 1 is when my lawsuit goes active and everything she scammed from idiots becomes mine.. gonna be a good day and since mine is 1st in line by benefit of being prerecorded.. and now, the waiting game
Balake Nairn
Balake Nairn 19 dager siden
As you can see Natural gas is just the best option!
J B.
J B. 19 dager siden
so you basically could have just built a roof for your drying line and it would work better than this? great invention xD
Sentis
Sentis 19 dager siden
His neighbours when they see this:
Brad
Brad 19 dager siden
No hate but you could use a clothed line
Riemer Stulp
Riemer Stulp 20 dager siden
This still doesn't make up for that wood smoke powered lawnmower Colin...
Stormblessed
Stormblessed 20 dager siden
I too dry my clothes with wind and solar only mine isn't as over engendered it's simply a string I hang em on
XPNDBLhero
XPNDBLhero 20 dager siden
I would have expected a bike that would dry clothes w/ electric generators making heat and the drum would be the back wheel....
Oded Shoshani
Oded Shoshani 20 dager siden
Two comments
Oded Shoshani
Oded Shoshani 20 dager siden
For the algorithem and the envirement, I shall comment.....
JackTalyorD
JackTalyorD 20 dager siden
Watching a new crazy design come to life .... Good. Reading everyone over analysis the idea in the comments.... Gold Pure gold.
GunnarLof
GunnarLof 20 dager siden
I see bolts in the carpet along the wall... It must be a secret!
Ancient
Ancient 20 dager siden
He will be the future rick and he will build crazy machines with his grandson
TrickyRicky
TrickyRicky 20 dager siden
A wind powered clothes drying machine... You mean a washing line.
Rachel Cook
Rachel Cook 21 dag siden
I enjoyed this but : "Reduce carbon emissions" said Colin furze *uses a bunch of heavy electric machines to make something he won't use much* But I think that you are very good an fun to watch
Tony Hardy
Tony Hardy 21 dag siden
You still have to fold them after they are dry. You can't really catch consumer attention with that cloths dryer, is the problem. Too big, too slow, only works in summer, etc... I know you said to start small, i understand. It would a better ideal to save the consumer time AND carbon emissions. A better ideal is to just put the wet cloths on hangers on a special line in a special built "green house" for the cloths. This way the cloths need no folding, and when they are dry then you are done, just have the line travel them into your closet. You can have plants in the green house too, maybe it will add a nice smell to cloths too. And by having them on the line they will dry much faster because there is space between them. Plus the heat build up in the green house, and some air circulation will allow drying fast. Better yet, figure out how to design a closet that dries cloths, this way when they are dry you are done. They are already hanging there ready for you. Maybe extend your closet to include the mini special built green house, then when they are dry it automatically circulates the dry cloths in your closet, and is waiting for a new load to dry.
Reason
Reason 21 dag siden
Colin, don't take sponsorships from Shell. Especially to help them greenwash. Come on man. You know better.
Rubytuby
Rubytuby 21 dag siden
Paint the inside black as it faces the sun it will heat up much better.
Uncle Sam Goddamn
Uncle Sam Goddamn 21 dag siden
Why are you shouting?
David Dredge
David Dredge 21 dag siden
Needs to spin much faster if no heat I feel.
Anon Anonme
Anon Anonme 21 dag siden
I just hang my clothes on the clothes line; cost $0.00
Type-Tok
Type-Tok 21 dag siden
Perhaps you can simulate some exhaust fumes or some noise? Maybe add some fire? The calmness is unsettling.
King Stanford
King Stanford 21 dag siden
Or you could just hang your clothes in your backyard and let it dry through the sun
Tim Giraud
Tim Giraud 21 dag siden
Can you say reinvent the wheel?
Gareth Andrew
Gareth Andrew 21 dag siden
what is your favorite tool!
Ian Pearson
Ian Pearson 21 dag siden
One thing I have found over the last 40 years......even on a bright sunny day if you haven't got any wind you won't dry the clothes.........that is down in OZ .....and that does not apply to Summer when the air temperature at 35 deg C is enough to fry your balls off. I'm working on an idea to rotate the Hills clothes dryer, which is an OZ iconical device found in practically all OZ gardens......going solar and Green is for the birds.......just too much mess and bother and the cost....oh my.....so it will be an electric motor, mains connected etc and coal fired via the grid.
Ben Ferris
Ben Ferris 22 dager siden
Hey Colin; How does it work now that it is July?
Alex Awesomesauce Beaudry
The exhaust from the motor is not drying the clothes opportunity lost there I imagine
jason shaw
jason shaw 22 dager siden
Hi Colin, I'm still not sure if you're a mad man, or a genius? Either way i look forward to your uploads. Thank you
ㅤㅤ
ㅤㅤ 22 dager siden
I just take my clothes out the washing machine and wear them, body heat dries them soon enough. Plus, if I've eaten baked beans in the last 24 hours I can get the drying time down to about 15 minutes.
Henry Mason
Henry Mason 22 dager siden
This is sick
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