IISC’s portable washing machine that runs without electricity


Current washing machines have several issues. They use substantial quantities of water compared to hand washing, need electricity, and are quite expensive. Manual washing on the other hand, is tedious and time-consuming. In rural areas, this is further exacerbated by the fact that rural women must go many miles to a water source for washing, which involves time, effort, and pollutes the water. IISc has developed a portable, manually operated, cost-effective washing machine that can be ridden to the water source, which requires no electricity to run, and requires substantially less water to provide washing of similar or superior quality.

This invention by a team of three scientists -Amaresh Chakrabarti, Manish Kumar and Pulin M Raje -from the Centre for Product Design and Manufacturing (CPDM) of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) sounds just the perfect appliance for a country battling the pressure of water and power crisis.

Conceived in 2008, the washing drum has gone through many processes and is patented. The Society for Innovation and Development (SID), within the IISc campus, is now liaisoning with industry to take it to the market.

portable washing machine

Courtesy : The Times Of India

Read More: http://epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/


1 Comment

  1. Who will write more in relation to you about these things!
    I enjoyed the guide and suppose you have more such stuff!
    If yes, so please note it because it is somewhat unusual for me at the present moment, and not
    just for me personally, that is my view. Hopefully, I will get an in-depth manual
    of yours and be aware of all of the information and the latest data.

Leave A Reply