Sushmita Sanyal, who teaches in a government school in Bihar, has prepared this low budget cooler using an earthen pot. Its cost and maintenance cost are both low.
Eco Friendly Cooler
Monsoon has knocked in the country but there is still no relief from the heat. When it comes to summer, the mention of fan-cooler comes automatically. Here we are talking about a special invention related to cooler, which you can also call Eco Friendly Cooler. This cooler has been made by the teacher of the government school of Bihar.
Sushmita Sanyal, who teaches at a government school in Chandauti, Gaya, has prepared a low-budget cooler using an earthen pot. Its cost and maintenance are both low. A waste bucket of paint, a fan, water rubber pipe, motor and used battery of a motorcycle have been used to make the cooler. Overall, Sushmita has to spend only 400 to 500 rupees in its cost. He got most of the goods from the junk lying idle at home.
Cooler runs without noise
On one hand, the noise of most coolers is quite loud, the specialty of this eco-friendly cooler is that it runs without making any sound. It doesn’t even require much power to run. To prepare it, a pitcher is put in a bucket and water is filled in it. A motor has been installed in the pitcher, it keeps throwing water from the top inside the bucket so that the water of the pitcher remains cool. When the fan runs, it observes the moisture of the cold water of the pitcher and throws cold air out. In this way a person sitting in front of the cooler can get relief from this cooler in the hot summer.
Especially for rural areas, this cooler can be very useful. Inspired by this great invention, some children of Sushmita’s school are also using this cooler.
President has inaugurated this eco friendly cooler
Sushmita Sanyal made a lot of headlines in a national level science seminar organized in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The President himself inaugurated this eco-friendly cooler.
Not only this, Sushmita has also received award and fellowship by the Prime Minister’s Science Technology and Innovation Advisor. For this, 60 projects were selected from the country, in which this pot cooler was also included. Sushmita has got the National Fellowship for a full year. Sushmita is providing these coolers to small traders like golgappa sellers by putting a handcart. Further, they are preparing that farmers can also take advantage of this.
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