Nearly one billion people in the global water crisis have no access to clean drinking water. But a new solar-powered device, the Desolenator, from the award-winning British company, can convert seawater into potable water and could change this terrible situation.
Using patented technology, seawater and other non-potable water sources can be made into pure distilled water, suitable for human consumption. The invention is capable of producing 15 liters of water per day, without using a power source and without moving parts or filters, etc., and the present invention is difficult to break through and easy to maintain. To make things better, you can use it for a family of clean water for up to 20 years.
Desolenat CEO William Janssen said that "97% of the world's large waters are salt water and we plan to change this valuable and available resource to undermine the global water crisis in an unprecedented way. Known as desalination, the existing technology is expensive, inefficient, and disproportionately drains 0.5% of the world's global energy supply.
Desolenator is different from existing seawater desalination and household water purification technologies. It uses solar power to maximize solar radiation through a combination of heat, electricity and heat exchange technologies.