Henny Meena. lamps. October 08th , 2017.
Source is hereCountries in Asia have always loved to use lights as a part of their celebrations. Indians have used earthen lamps as sacred decorations for years, while the Chinese and Vietnamese cultures have preferred using lanterns. While the Chinese prefer paper lanterns, the Vietnamese are known for large, colorful lanterns made from silk. Vietnamese silk lanterns are considered to be the most beautiful lanterns in the world. Made from natural Vietnamese silk, these lanterns come in a wide range of colors, shapes and sizes.
Contrary to popular beliefs, the development of solar technology has long been investigated as far back as the 1700s and 1800s!! In 1891 the first commercial solar water heater was invented by Clarence Kemp. Much later in 1947 a book was published
Like anything solar, it's all about placement. Think about the area you want to use solar lights and how much sunlight that particular area receives. If the area is in the shade for most of the day then you may want to consider another way to light it up. The solar cell inside the light soaks up the sun and converts it into electricity. More sunlight equals longer running time at night. Running times will fluctuate by location, daily weather conditions and season.
Also available for your heating in an emergency situation needs is a portable water heater. Portable water heaters connect to your garden hose and heat the water in a matter of seconds using propane. This can be useful for many reasons, but think of the hot cocoa producing capabilities on a cold night without heat. The pump runs on a rechargeable battery, so make sure you have the ability to recharge.
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