Air -> Water Device

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  1. arigram

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    http://www.elementfour.com/

    One more step towards an autonomous darkroom?
    Add a solar panel to power your enlarger and off you go!
     
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    I imagine it is the water is "Free" only if you plug it in to the outlet on your neighbor's house...:surprised:
     
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    I guess one will have to pay for the energy to condense the vapor...

    Where I live the tap water quality is perfect for drinking, and considering the share of water used for drinking out of my total tap water consumption is negligible, rests only the use for that water out of the condenser as final rinse in the darkroom.
     
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    The way the weather has turned here in the Midlands of the U.K. I might consider a device that turned cold air into hot air for free. At the moment I have to produce my own "hot air" by posting on APUG.

    At this rate of declining temperature would anyone mind if I start a "flame war" by December?

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