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Dehumidifier•Flower Pot / Dehumidifier

Dehumidifier•Flower Pot

More and more attention is paid to energy conservation and emission reduction. What’s more, how to make good use of the products around us to bring more energy to the world is also arresting. In China, the closer you get to the south, the wetter the air is. It is easy for bacteria to grow which may damage electrical appliances and corrode metal. In this case, there is a demand for people to own a moisture absorber at home. After working, the moisture absorber tends to leave a lot of water on the bottom. This is a key point. If we combine the moisture absorber with the flowerpot, then we can make full use of the water resource.

University

Changsha University of Science and

Changsha University of Science and
Technology
Changsha, China

Jiang Jiachen,
Changsha University of Science and Technology

Wu Yipeng,
Changsha University of Science and Technology

Zou Hong,
Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera

He Keren,
Polytechnic University of Milan