Moroccan students find ecological refrigerator from clay

The young Moroccan inventor Stelios Lamar and two of her fellow engineering students have invented a clay refrigerator that conserves food and medicine without electricity

This 100% ecological refrigerator can a temperature of 6 degrees Celsius in dry areas and 12 degrees Celsius in damp areas. To get it to work properly must be kept in the refrigerator an airy environment, away from other objects, and far from the wall or the ground (the refrigerator is held on a different pedestal made of clay).According to H24 Info got Lamhar, a senior student in environmental engineering, the idea for the invention after a visit to a remote village in the Moroccan economic region of Khenifra.There she learned that people suffering from diabetes nowhere their insulin cool could save themselves. They also noted that people in other mountain villages had difficulties with the good love their vegetables by a lack of electricity. This was the need for such a product where an idea came from.Lamhar and her two classmates decided to set up the enterprise Go Energyless, which aims to promote their most important invention, the clay refrigerator. They are there since then managed to a production studio near Marrakech, where they produce clay refrigerators. The clay refrigerators cost 500 and 220 dirham dirham, taking into account their target group.For people who live in remote Moroccan villages with little access to electricity, is this invention an important step, reports Moroccoworldnews.According to the Moroccan newspaper L'Economiste, the Moroccan startup even received orders from Europe, the United States and Singapore.

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