Also parallel several heater elements (space heaters, toaster ovens, range elements, clothes irons) together in order to bring the total DC resistance down to something around 10 Ohm or less.kdog wrote:Take the element out of an old 2000w heater and dump the power into that. it'll probly run near 6-700w (assuming you're on 110v) if that's too high choose a lower wattage one. Put it in a bucket of water if it needs cooling or blow it with a seperate fan. Old school kettle would probly work too. Plenty of cheap options.