Effective Cleaning of Water Can using Semi-automatic System

Manav R Samant, Kishore Krisna S, Padrinarayan R, Sreeharan B N | pp: 09-15

Abstract: Safe drinking water has always been one of the primary essential requirements for healthy and sustainable human life. Due to the scarcity of water in some places, reusable water cans play a major role in many parts of the world. Reusable water cans not only save money for the user in the long run, but it is also more environmentally friendly than disposable materials. However, there is a risk of microbial growth in reusable drinking water cans and its associated health risks even if it is normally used daily or for many months by users. In the long run of the usage of cans, sediments and algae get deposited in the water cans, and this deposition contaminates the water and makes it unfit for use. Awareness associated with safe drinking water is tremendously important and should be given good thought to the people. With that social cause, this work focuses on the design and fabrication of a semi-automatic water can cleaning system for effective cleaning. Further, the system is not just only to clean the slag but also to reduce human efforts. The mechanism used in the system is more effective and safer than conventional methods and thus ensures clean and safe drinking water.