Conventional Solar Shower

Ideal for wild camping, for those who camp by Jeep, on campsites with low quality of toilets or even at the Beach House packed in that holiday weekend, the solar shower is a wonderful choice. We titled this type of shower from “conventional” exactly why has simple typology and primarily by the need to hang on higher ground so the water will go down by gravity.

According to Polyhobbies.com, ideal for wild camping, for those who camp by Jeep, on campsites with low quality of toilets or even at the Beach House packed in that holiday weekend, the solar shower is a wonderful choice. We titled this type of shower from “conventional” exactly why has simple typology and primarily by the need to hang on higher ground so the water will go down by gravity.

Made of non-toxic PVC, the shower, already full of water, should be hung in a tree or any place exposed to sunlight, even on cloudy days, only with the alternately sultry dark-colored coating will absorb the Sun’s rays and shall transmit to the water in the form of heat. Water heating depends on the incidence of solar rays and the exposure time. Normally the temperature reaches 41° C, ideal for bathing. In certain cases the water can reach 70° C requiring care on the part of the user. Usually the exposure time varies from 1 to 3 hours to get to 40ºc.

The tank capacity also varies from model to model. There are volumes of 10 l to 30 l. The shower, when taken to places that don’t will depend on your usage, it can also be used to store drinking water, decreasing spending on bottles of 1 l or 2 l.

Empty is practical and light, as it fits in any corner or backpack.

The product is composed of cord to hang and with a shower hose. It’s just direct to the body and take your shower. It may not look it, but 20 l of water is enough for a good shower.

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