Shwepyitha man’s laundry basket air cooler draws public attention

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Clothing bin air cooler innovated by Ko Win Moe Kyaw.

A man from Shwepyitha township, Yangon Region, has made an air cooler out of a plastic clothing bin that has attracted the attention of many people.
The innovator is Ko Win Moe Kyaw, who made the air cooler from the clothing bin he used at home.
“I made it with my own idea and found it practical. So, I wish other people could use the same thing and offer it. Because it is usable, people order it. Some people make enquiries, and some place orders. A lot of people are interested. They are ordering more than before,” he said.
After buying and washing used electric fans and other accessories, he puts them all in a laundry basket to make an air cooler that can be used with AC or DC power.
“The air cooler I made is similar to the imported ones, which look smarter. There are some requirements in my cooler as I have just started assembling it. But, its cooling capacity is quite high. Right now, I am using clothing bins. We can use ice boxes. However, plastic baskets are stronger and can withstand rough handling. I am making this air cooler with readily available things,” he explained. Prices are K50,000 for DC to DC, K55,000 for AC to DC and K60,000 for AC/DC. — Thit Taw/ZN/ED

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