Water Purifier & Powerenz LiPo16-20W

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Product Code: SafH20uv-LiPo16-20W


$1325.00

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Water Purifier & Powerenz LiPo16-20W

     In the photo below, one can see that the water filter and purifier is plugged into the portable solar power system, and that it is ready to operate in the presence of a source of water.

     We have coupled a pair of superior and useful products together - the Water Purifier (http://www.powerenz.com//index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=310) and the Powerenz LiPo16-20W portable solar power systems (http://www.powerenz.com//index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=292).  Using these two systems together, the end user has the power to operate the water filter and purifier, and to produce clean and safe drinking water remote from grid power, anywhere, as long as there is a source of fresh water.  The Powerenz LiPo16-20W battery pack, when fully-charged, stores enough energy to operate the Water Purifier for 2 1/2 hours before the battery pack must be recharged, and for longer periods of time in the presence of strong peak sunshine.  Plug the 12-volt DC power cord from the Water Purifier into the cigarette lighter socket that is located in the control panel of the LiPo16-20W hard case, and the system will begin to produce clean and safe drinking water.  When the sun shines, open the solar panel that is built into the LiPo16-20W unit, and recharge its battery pack.

     This 2-case system weighs 50.1 pounds.

     In the photo below, one can see the two-case system.  In the larger black hard case is enclosed the water purifier unit along with all of its accessories.  In the smaller green hard case is the portable solar power system that can be used to provide power for the water purifier unit.

     In the photo below, one can see that the lids of the hard cases are opened.   The water purifier unit and its accessories can be seen to the left, and the Powerenz LiPo16-20W portable solar power system can be seen to the right.

In the photo below, one can see the system being used in the Philippines to produce safe drinking water from flood waters during the typhoon season.