I was just thinking before I read the last 3 paragraphs, You would need 4 or 5 of them to have enough clean water every day.I have ideas about this.
Below is a solar oven that heats up to 450°F. A friend of mine claims that it's a simple matter to run a small, coiled copper pipe from the container of water (heating in the solar oven) to condense the steam into distilled water (see below), but I haven't seen the setup with my own eyes.
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His technique takes time, patience, and sunshine . . . but you can actually turn seawater into fresh distilled water.
Because it relies on the Sun, no fuel is consumed.
Glass Corningware pots make a good distiller. He says he used a high temperature epoxy resin to seal the copper pipe to the vent hole in the glass corningware lid.
He claims--with 3 of these setups--that he can make up to five gallons of distilled water per day (on average) from the nasty, South Florida canal water.
No fuel, few (if any) real moving parts, can purify sea water, and every component is reused . . . so no expense beyond the initial investment.
I imagine it is because of burkeys ability to filter out certain chemicals added to your water by governments with a different agenda than you. But at least your smile will be pretty.I heard it was because they didn't pay the California tax for that sticker that warns everyone not for use by pregnant women, yada yada.
Have someone from another state buy it for you and mail it.
California has retarded laws.
I love the gun cases that say, Not Legal in California. I suspect it's because of the magazine.
I am done with them. Not only because they won't ship to CA., when I called to ask why every extension had a recording device. I had to crack their phone system as if they owed me money and when I did that and got a live person, I had to drag the information out of him. It was an interrogation. There is no customer service. I am just not interested in doing business with them.Say shatt, if you don't know anyone outside the state, what size burkey are you wanting..
Thank you but it is the filters that cannot be sent to CA. Before I knew it was the filters, I asked if they could ship it to Idaho and they would forward it to me. They said no. I am not even thinking about this company anymore.Me too. I was gonna offer to get you one schatt. I could send it to you.
I completey agree that one can't have too much water. Water is useful for--basically--every aspect of existence.I was just thinking before I read the last 3 paragraphs, You would need 4 or 5 of them to have enough clean water every day.