- Drinkware Type: Cups & Saucers
- Material: Plastic
- Plastic Type: abs
- Certification: CE / EU
- Feature: Eco-Friendly
- Place of Origin: Shandong, China (Mainland)
- Brand Name: Huamao
- Model Number: hmsp-010
- Designer: Huama and Australia designer
- Manufacturer: Huamao Only
- Patent: yes
- Time-to-market: Novermber 2012
- Main material 1: Environmental Friendly Plastic
- Main material 2: Vacuum tube(Custom made) & reflect film
- Reflectivity: 90% sunshine reflected to the tube
- Effciency: 500 ml need 30-45 min
- Sample: Available
- Color: Black, Red, Green and so on
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Details:||Carton, pallet, standard packaging|
|Delivery Detail:||Shipped in 20 days after payment|
Solar Kettle- the green product you DO want to have!
Know someone who always has a hot cuppa?
Give them a solar Kettle!
- Boating or fishing
- Sporting (golf, tennis etc)
- Field or farm work
- Camping – at boiling point, the solar cup can pasteurize water safe for drinking!
- Home use (save on your energy bills!
Solar Thermal Bottle
This solar thermal bottle is mainly made by vacuum tube. It has two parts: Body and reflector, the vacuum tube can absorb solar heat, meanwhile, the two paranolic reflector can focus the sunbeam into the bottle boday, So that can use it for keeping water hot in wild, and also can heat the cold water to boil.
To heep the temprature of hot water in wild.
To boil cold water in wild.
Place applied to use
Place that has sun light, such as Outdoors, Mountaineering ,Fishing, Travels, Geology inspect, Field work.
Method of Application
Open the hinge, make the handle bar lock into the groove of hinge, then put the cup in the sunshine, bottom towards to the sun, makes the body around 45 degree bias.
Water must be added first before us, Do not use it dry in the sunshine
The products is not suitable for cold light.
Test (Boil 500ml water in Australia)
Heather Steven- Australian She is a PhD student at the University of Newcastle researching the impacts of climate change on sea levels.
November 2012: “Anywhere under the Sun” is a recently released solar cooking eBook featuring recipes from around the world. Heather Stevens, Australian solar enthusiast and editor of the book invited solar chefs from around the world to submit their favorite recipe, photos and comments on solar cooking.
Kevin Deng: Engineer of huamao China, who have more than 5 years expenrience in the solar products field. Designed latest solar kettle, solar oven and solar cooker.
High quality in the market:
1. Changing compass to a pressure release valve.
The solar kettle must have a way to release the steam, or it will be very dangerous due to the big pressure inside.
The valve is the most important parts in our design to make sure our products is SAFE to use.
2. Square bottom
The oldest design is a round bottom, there is just one spot that touch with the ground. If there is wind or the ground is not flat, the cup would fall and smashed, so we changed it into a square bottom that you will not worry about those problems.
Application in your life
When you are in camping
It is very convenient to heat or boil water wherever there is sunshine. No more reliance on gas stoves and no more heavy and expensive gas canisters. No dangerous flames when you are in camping in a tent, motor-home, caravanning or on maneuvers with the army. So you can use it as unlimited source of free energy from sun.
When you are in mountaineering
For it is one kind of light (the weight is 0.9Kgs) and compact kettles, the weighs is just 1.2 Kg. But it is easy to melt snow to make tea, coffee, soup and hot food which can seriously revive a cold and tired mountaineer. Alpine conditions of clear sunshine give ideal operating conditions regardless of the air temperature.
Survival in adversity
The Solar Kettle can be used to sterilize water thus making unknown water sources safe to drink. Beverages such as tea, coffee, hot chocolate, soup can easily be made with the solar kettle. In extreme cold climates it can be used to melt snow and pasteurize it for drinking water. In sea survival situations the solar kettle can be used for desalination, to produce distilled fresh drinking water, from seawater.
Daily life using
Take tea drinking as sample in UK, which is a national institution, we down an amazing 1909 cups of tea every second, 6.8 million every hour, and 165 million cups every day, according to figures from the UK Tea Council. This unsurprisingly uses up a lot of energy, a kettle uses up to 3kW of electricity. A typical 2.2kw kettle takes 100 seconds to boil. This equates to about 1.68 million kWh in electricity consumption to boil the actual water used in cups of tea. But 67% of people boil more water than is actually required for their cup of tea. If on average twice the amount of water than is required is heated, this would mean that we are wasting around 1.68 million kWh a day making our. Adding in coffee drinkers this extends to 2.33 million kWh per day or 1056 tones of CO2 a day from electricity use, the equivalent to about 149 000 cars, or an annual 6.36kg of CO2 per capita. This is estimated to cost a cool £91m a year.
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