This wind powered water condenser can pull 11 gallons of clean water out of air each day for drinking
With no external power source, this wind-powered water condenser is able to provide 11 gallons of drinking water every day.
It functions by utilizing wind power. Atop a shaft, partly buried underground, these enclosed blades usher water into the chamber buried below. Since it’s cooler underground, the air condenses into water inside the artificial well. From here’s it’s able to be accessed by the people nearby.
The machine was developed by VICI-Labs, in partnership with UC Berkeley and the National Peace Corps Association. It is imagined that this concept is the step we need to bring water to areas around the world without easy access to groundwater.
An Indiegogo campaign has been launched to build an orchard of these machines, capable of bringing water to entire villages.
This 24/7 water source is exactly what we need to ensure that we will continue to have clean water, regardless of infrastructure booms or busts. It is much needed; never underestimate the power of clean water.
Source: The Mind Unleashed, Minds
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