Authors: Herbert Weidner
The yield of potable water in a still can be increased when the saturated steam layer over all surfaces is blown away. In a concentric distiller, this task may be achieved by natural convection without any external energy. The necessary temperature difference is generated by optimized components, which are separated from the distiller (boiler).
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