The Divvy 250 Emergency Water System

Quite obviously, if they want to sell it in the UK a name change is in order but regardless, I thought this a useful and interesting piece of equipment for Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief (HADR) and military water supply requirements.
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Easy to carry, easy to use, no fuel requirements and could easily be carried on board Royal Navy ships for example.

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Engineer Tom
Engineer Tom
December 15, 2014 2:22 pm

I was looking at this and thinking how it will probably get very tiring very quick using the hand pump, what if you had a rotary pump that you could attach the rear wheel of a bicycle to. All you would need to do is take a basic bicycles rear axyle and build it into a pump so that when deployed they would just need to find a bike and attach the pump to it. To me that would be a simple solution

DavidNiven
DavidNiven
December 16, 2014 10:19 am

Looks like a handy bit of kit, I could think of a few FOB’s and PB’s that could have used this system to be less reliant on bottled water.

Secundius
Secundius
May 15, 2015 3:45 pm

Was anyone thinking KISS, when they “came-up” with this system…