DESIGN OF NEMOW
NEMOW is a global innovation device featuring a manually operated reciprocating mechanism useful for washing garments and then extracting most of the water to decrease the drying time. It is much more convenient then hand washing, and particularly adaptable for washing delicates. It is compact , easy to operate and transport and perfect for use in apartments, hostel dorms, camping outdoors. If fits under your sink. It saves money, time and effort in washing clothes.
NEMOW IS INNOVATIVE
It is a skillfully engineered device for washing faster and more effectively. It is a non electric portable clothes washing machine. The elliptical (cylindrical ) motion of the plunger, coupled with the suction effect created on the wet clothes immersed in the soap solution enhances agitation. It is easy to use. It comes in two models one for small loads and delicates; and the other for medium sized loads of house holds.
Conventional electric washers use a considerable amount of electricity and need up to nearly 40 gallons of water with each load. The NEMOW uses less than 3 gallons of water and zero electricity. This is not only good for the wallet, but good for a greener planet too!
How does it work
The laundry NEMOW is indeed a portable alternative to conventional washers. To start with, you fill about 5 to 10 liters of water and add just a tablespoon of detergent. Next you place about 10 garments in the bucket and let the garment soak for about 5 minutes. From now on, it is a simple process. Just pump the handle for two or three minutes. The consequent movement of the plunger, lifting the bag of clothes up and then down, causes agitation thus enabling the clothes to become clean. Thereafter, drain the water through the valve.
It is now time for the rinse cycle. Put some clean water (about 5 liters) and operate the handle to alternately lift the bag full of clothes and then press on the clothes immersed in the rinse water. Repeat this rinse cycle a second time with fresh water after draining away the rinsed water by opening the valve at the bottom of the bucket. Drain the water again. (patent pending, patent no.4522/che/2013)