This easy-to-use water distiller is designed to provide affordable and accessible drinking water to the developing world.
The 'WaterStillar Water Works' mimics the natural water cycle and uses solar power and evaporation to filter out any unwanted impurities and contaminants. Fed through the system by gravity, the water distiller heats up liquid with the power of the sun using thermal solar panels. The resulting vapor and condensation is then collected, recirculated and diluted to provide a clean source of drinking water.
The modular system can produce approximately 200 to 300 liters of water a day, and can also be combined with multiple units to become a highly efficient water source. The system also uses no electricity or chemicals to distill water whatsoever and therefore also produces no harmful emissions as well.
This Innovative Water Distiller is Both Cheap and Efficient
David Ingram — October 5, 2015 — Eco
References: waterstillar & gizmag