Green Cross Thermal Water Bag
There are currently 2.1 billion people in the world who do not have access to drinking water. Those of us who do have that privilege can (and should) take care of it. How? We give you some tips with these 7 most effective inventions.
There are more than 2 billion people in the world who do not have access to drinking water. Those of us who enjoy the privilege of having it must do everything in our power when it comes to ways to save water at home. With these seven inventions we present below you can avoid wasting any water.
A simple filter that adapts to all types of faucets and that is placed in such a way that it reduces water consumption, thanks to the fact that it reduces the flow of outgoing liquid. It is a perfect invention to save water at home.
A gassed shower bulb that creates the sensation in the user of having a normal and constant water jet, although the liquid flow is formed by a series of special water droplets that are formed by a space of air bubbles covered by a layer of water. It saves up to 30% of water when showering.
Rubber water bag
Hot water bag (in Chile, guatero) is a container made of rubber, latex or other flexible material, traditionally used as a bed-warmer or to relieve muscle aches, has been largely replaced by electric blankets and similar resources. The DRAE lists the term guatero as deriving from the anglicized term water-hot, used in Chile. The invention of the flexible latex or rubber precedent is attributed to the inventor and engineer Slavoljub Eduard Penkala (1871-present), Slavoljub Eduard Penkala (1871-present).
The invention of the flexible latex or rubber precedent is attributed to the inventor and engineer Slavoljub Eduard Penkala (1871-1922). Previously, the devices or objects used to heat the beds were made of hard materials such as metal or ceramic heaters or hot water bottles (flattened clay bottles, also used to contain liquors such as gin). In the past, the invention of the water-hot was based on the use of a water heater, which was used to heat the beds. In the past, the invention of the water-hot was based on the use of a water bottle.
It was invented as we know it today by the Croatian Eduard Pankala in 1903, initially made of natural rubber or PVC and named Termofor by its inventor. It was the first patented invention of this inventor who subsequently obtained more than 80 patents, one of the best known being the solid ink fountain pen.
Prior to this invention another type of instruments were already used to heat the beds called bed warmers which were a kind of sealed metal instruments with hot water inside similar to frying pans that were sometimes wrapped in soft cloth bags. They were mostly used in European countries with harsh winters.
Sleeping water bag
This accessory can come in handy for a bed that sleeps two people who tend to have different temperature levels or heating needs. Amazon has chosen it as the best double bed warmer in their catalog.The product has two non-separable temperature regulators to keep everyone happy. It has a power of 2x60w and measures 160 x 140 cm, so it can be used perfectly in a bed of 1.35.Buy the Pekatherm UP205 double underblanket for 35,99 eurosSinnlein underblanketAmazon