Electric Cooking Heater

Electric Cooking Heater Project

We do have a project kit for demonstrating the heating effect of electricity (Heating effect of current) and a how to make guide for the same. But if you want to make a full fledged electric cooking heater project, you would need to get the Nickel Chromium heating wire and asbestos frame to keep it on kitchen table. With these two things, you can make a DIY electric cooking heater project.

Electric cooking heater project and its components

These two components are easily available in any electrical shop. Get these two components, along with a 5A electric wire and a power plug. When you connect the electric wire to Nickel Chromium wire and switch on the electricity, it would turn red, and heat up. You can basically use this arrangement for cooking.

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How to make a school project magnetic crane without using an electromagnet?

Hmm, we have one DIY kit for making a magnetic crane using electromagnet (http://www.projectsforschool.com/product/magnetic-crane/); and a how to make guide for the same as well (http://www.projectsforschool.com/product/making-magnetic-crane/).

But if we want to make a magnetic crane with out using electromagnet, then we can replace the electromagnet with a simple magnet. You need to make the frame for the crane using wood / plastic. Then instead of electromagnet, you can use a simple magnet to lift and move, and manually drop the iron / steel objects. Electromagnet provides the option to drop the objects remotely by switching off the current.

A crude model of magnetic crane can certainly be made using a simple magnet. Readers views, suggestions and comments are welcome.

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