Tuesday, June 14, 2016

These Zero Electricity, "Air Conditioners" is cooling down Bangladesh!

Zero electricity "Air Conditioners"
Zero electricity "Air Conditioners"
Most homes in Rural Bangladesh are made out of tin huts that go over 45° Celsius during the summer.  Employees of Grameen Intel Social Business volunteered and teamed up with advertising agency Grey Dhaka to address this issue.

Re-purposing used soft drink and water bottles and wooden board, The Eco-Cooler works without electricity to reduce temperatures up to 5° Celsius.

The plastic bottles are cut in half and then mounted into a board grid through bottleneck sized holes.  This grid of plastic bottles can now be placed over a window, the bottle's openning inwards to the house.

Syed Gousul Alam Shaon, chief creative officer at Grey Dhaka, said in a statement. "Raw materials are easily available, therefore, making Eco-Coolers a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly solution."

Source: YouTube by CrazyBDHacker DIY

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