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I might add that the "thermal circulating" part is generally referred to as a thermosiphon. The more flow, the better. You are working with gravity, and against friction and there is a balance. The longer the pipe coil , the more heat. But longer pipes have more internal friction. You want a relatively short fat coil. Notice how fat the Dutch Tub pipes ...
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