Is this the ultimate prep? Check out this system that generates gallons of purified water right out of thin air just like “something right out of Star Wars”.
Day 128. It’s a cold evening, supplies are low and the sun is setting behind the ash clouds of SHTF city.
Your family is out of water. The bottles are long gone and your water filter is at the end of its life, it quit flowing days ago. Even if it was working there’s nothing left to drink.
You could go out scavenging alone again, but that may grab the attention of unwanted visitors who have been all too common recently. The neighbors tried that a couple of days ago and they didn’t get very far at all. Now your the last family left hiding on this block….
The thirst is getting to you, your throat is dry and you can barely swallow any more.
Your head is dizzy. It’s hard to think and your muscles are cramping so bad you can barely walk. How many days has it been? Three? Four? You can’t remember now.
Your kids are crying. Was that a noise outside? Maybe just a bird…you pray it’s just a bird…
In your final moment of clarity you realize you have little options left. Nowhere to run to and nowhere to hide, this will be the end.
You thought you prepared for everything, but it turns out you should have spent more to procure safe dependable water and less on knives and expensive backpacks.
Water is both your doom and your hope. If only you could do it all over again…
The Improbable Water Catcher
Ok, so a little melodramatic, but you get the point.
No one wants to face the tragic situation of running out of drinkable water, especially while surviving.
Normally, you can purify water by using a filter, or by boiling it, or using the sun to purify it. But what if you really are out of options? Eventually odds will catch up with you.
Most people can tell you that there is plenty of water in the air in the form of humidity, but it’s pretty much “locked up” floating around in the atmosphere and useless in any real quantity.
What if there was a device that could collect that water vapor from the air and bottle it?
It would be the ultimate prep for SHTF, and it could even benefit you now. The need to buy bottled water would be completely eliminated and you could save money.
Such a device would be ideal for a prepper that wants to cover every outcome, or a homesteader living off the grid without clean running water.
Well, guess what. Such a device does exist, and today we’re going to talk about the ins and outs of it, the EcoloBlue.
Who/what is Ecoloblue?
Ecoloblue is a company that creates atmospheric water generators, devices that can generate water from air. They use the latest technology available to fulfill one objective: Produce as much drinking water as possible using a minimum amount of electricity.
The devices of Ecoloblue don’t only generate water, but they also function as a conventional water purifier when connected to an external water source.
This might sound like a hyped up promise, but Ecoloblue delivers. In fact they have home and industrial sized versions. They suck the humidity out of the air, concentrate and purify it, and store it ready to use.
And Ecoloblue just attended CES 2017 in Las Vegas. Innovation & Tech Today even awarded them one of their Editor’s Choice Awards. And they will be attending CannaCon in Seattle from the 16th to the 18th of February to talk about their technology.
The Best For A Prepper Or Homesteader
Ecoloblue offers various devices, all of which can generate water from air. The most interesting to us is the EB30 series because it’s, in our opinion, the best fit and perfect size for your average prepper or homesteader.
SPECIAL! Ecoloblue is running a special promo for preppers!
Anyone that orders by phone (800-691-6043 ext:105) before Feb 28, 2017 and mentions they heard about it on BeSurvival.com gets a FREE 1 year filter kit (a $275 value) with the purchase of any EcoloBlue 30ME or 30 ME Solar Kit.
Ecoloblue has a full line of in total of seven industrial models ranging from EB100 to EB10000. The # in the name represents how many liters a day a machine can produce up to, humidity dependent. They work down to a minimum humidity of 35%, and 70-80% is optimal for max liters per day. They generate water between 32F – 140F (0C – 60C).
The EB30 Standard is equipped with a 12-stage Water-From-Air filtration system that includes an ionizing air filter, sediment filter, pre-carbon filter, mineral filter, reverse osmosis filter, post carbon filter, and three UV lamps. The water dispensed by the EB30 is 99.9% pure water.
The EB30 features a stainless steel water collection tank at the bottom and a 2.9 gallons stainless steel top dispenser tank.
The maximum amount of water that can be produced by the EB30 is 8 gallons (30 liters) per day, this is more than enough to sustain a family in a true SHTF situation. The ideal humidity for the device is 70-80%, but 35% will do just fine.
The EB30 also provides hot water at the press of a button (with child safety locks) and is described as a residential/office unit and comes in three colors: black, white and silver.
The EB30 Maximum Efficiency is the model I recommend for preppers and homesteaders. Not only does it have more options than the standard model but it uses a Panasonic Variable Compressor that cycles on and off when needed to save a significant amount of energy.
This is an important addon for preppers and homesteaders who will likely be running on solar power, or would otherwise want the lowest power bill possible.
It’s also the best for anyone concerned about sustainability and going green.
This is the best value for anyone who doesn’t already have a full solar system.
The package contains the EB30 Maximum Efficiency water generator, a 2000Watt 110V/60Hz Mobile inverter cabinet, a 300 Watt solar panel, a 40A/24V controller and all necessary cabling/hardware.
This package is absolutely ideal for the prepper and homesteaders that doesn’t want to be dependent on the grid.
This kit can produce up to 3 gallons of purified water every single day, using solar energy only.
The Elephant In The Room
One of the biggest fuel uses for a prepper has to be purifying found water (whether found in a stream or a toilet). This fuel is costly, takes rooms to store, and will eventually run out one way or another. It’s also a fire hazard.
With an EcoloBlue you avoid all of this and still get pure water every day, and you get this for a decade or more.
That makes Ecoloblue worth the price tag, which might be a little shocking. The price of the EB30 Standard is $1,299, the EB30 Maximum Efficiency is $1,599, and the EB30 ME plus a full Solar Kit is right at $3,050.
Now, that’s a lot of money, and I agree with you, but placed in perspective it is still cheap compared to what you’re getting and the money (and work) it saves. These units last for years and their upkeep is low, you could easily spend less than $0.25 a day for a virtually unlimited supply of water.
And for those who really want to get the most out of their money, Ecoloblue is running a special promo for preppers! Anyone that orders by phone (800-691-6043 ext:105) before Feb 28, 2017 and mentions they heard about it on BeSurvival.com gets a FREE 1 year filter kit (a $275 value) with the purchase of any EcoloBlue 30ME or 30 ME Solar Kit.
These things are like something right out of the future. If you want to stop worrying about your water and extra fuel preps, or if you’re offgrid, Ecoloblue is the ultimate piece of gear.
Being self-sufficient is a dream for many and the key to successful long term prepping, and the Ecoloblue water generators are certainly a big step in that direction.
Will all things considered and price put in perspective, The EB30 Series (especially the EB30ME) will save you money while providing the best water possible right now and after SHTF.
Every gallon of water generated by the devices is another gallon of bottled water saved. Help yourself out, help the environment out, and be prepared for whatever may come in the future.
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