THE BLUEPRINT SURVIVAL CONTAINER
1. 1. Storage Capacity -
volume amount of cold and hot water stored inside individual container.
2. Control Automation -
analogue, digital and Internet-based control systems.
3. Monitoring –-
Utilizing fluid dynamics from solar, geothermal and wind energies reduces and/or eliminates
the need for fossil fuel sources. Primary energy is derived from natural and sustainable sources first,
then fossil fuel. Be it propane, natural gas, JP5 fuel oil, gasoline, or diesel fuel,
it is used only when necessary as a secondary source of energy. Base alternate energy such
as solar hot water with batch storage and solar electricity with battery storage is a standard feature
in all "Blueprint Containers". However, enhanced Containers can be specified and built for expandable parameters.
4. Refrigerated Drinking Water – -
Pure drinking water chilled to 50 degrees F. for approx. 32 gals. per hour are base parameters.
5. Alternative Energy – -
The container is self-sustaining, providing both solar-heated water and solar electricity to be utilized as a primary source of electricity and hot water.
The container not only produces energy independently, but also stores electricity and thermal hot water so as to minimize generator run time. Quick set up
for external "Solar Tree" assemblies are provided for both solar water and solar electricity. The container can be located in a designated area while solar
trees can be placed in nearby remote locations best suited for solar collection. The container will provide all prescribed functions, but depending upon solar availability,
the functions may be in a limited capacity. The Solar Trees provided are easy to pack up rapidly and transfer with the container should relocation become necessary.
In addition, depending on location, wind energy is a viable source of energy for electricity. Wind energy features can be added to containers upon request.
6. Cooling– -
chilled water provides air conditioning by running thru a slab, air handles or coil packs located in duct systems.
7. Snow Melting – -
tubing embedded in outside, insulated concrete driveways, sidewalks, roof-tops, parking areas etc. for the purpose of melting snow and ice.
8. Metering– -
Utilizing cold water and hot water meters allows for computation to determine which unit or tax ID parcel
number is due proper billing based upon accurate usage. Smart metering technology allows for centralized
mechanical room rather than individual. Central mechanical rooms are conducive to alternative energies.
9. Pool /SPA– -
All necessary pool mechanical and sanitizing piping, controls, wiring and filtration equipment for any size pool either chlorine injector or salt type.
10. Compressed Air – -
All necessary equipment mechanical controls, wiring and piping.
11. Desalination – -
All necessary reliable and durable mechanical provisions to provide 1500-3000 gals
per day of potable water. Up to 98% salt removal in desalination process.
12. Ice Production – -
reliable and efficient 460 pounds ice production per day.
Ice cubes sized at 1x3/4x1" can be used to cool food and water.
In addition can be used for medical purposes for victims of the disaster.
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