This is a collaborative project creating temporary solutions for water hygiene.
Mosquitos lay eggs on the top of stagnant water which transfers diseases such as legionella, cyanobacteria and single-celled amoeba. This project aims to prevent that happening.
A screw into the ground stabilises the product. The pole connects through and a pebble weighs down the end. The string has a changeable length from a system at the back.
Through the day the solar panels power the motor and charge the battery.
During night the battery powers the motor. This lasts about 7 hours which provides movement during the peak hours where the mosquitos lay eggs.