unjonharley wrote:A camel pack..
FIGJAM wrote:Check the stats on the emiters.
They use .5 gal per hour each!
Bob wrote:Given the prevailing westerly winds and a large enough umbrella you could probably sail from Frisco to the Black Rock.
bubbavic wrote:Is the intent to create a portable simultaneous shade/misting device?? Not sure from the description.
If so then, you may actually want to have the nozzle ends terminate well before the end of the umbrella ribs. Leaving them that far out subjects them to wind/spray scatter and might reduce the efficiency of the misted area.
Maybe also a hand pump (squeeze type ala battery-less flashlight) in the umbrella handle instead of an electrically powered pump. I also think with that, you could get away with a reservoir in the handle. =)
waxpraxis wrote:You're wanting more of an effect like this it sounds like:
Eric wrote:Any dust on your clothes (and there will be a lot of dust this year with current playa conditions) will turn into clay and never want to leave your clothing.
Bob wrote:Here you go. "Chindogu" are uniquely un-useless inventions.
Eric wrote:...playa dust turns to clay when wet. Nasty, goopy, clinging clay. Any dust on your clothes (and there will be a lot of dust this year with current playa conditions) will turn into clay and never want to leave your clothing.
burner von braun wrote:Hey, fun idea VC !! How about using a garden sprayer as the source for your water and pressure. No electric, just pump up the pressure (like an old bicycle pump does) and you're good to go. They come in a lot of sizes too, from several gallons down to hand held, which maybe holds a quart. With a bit of engineering you could probably make them interchangable, so at times you could hand it off as a portable device to the 'victim', and for general purpose, attach the bigger reservoir to your back, and wander around the playa sharing the laughs.
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