guy feidman creates device for sterilizing milk in developing countries
 
guy feidman creates device for sterilizing milk in developing countries guy feidman creates device for sterilizing milk in developing countries
sep 02, 2016

guy feidman creates device for sterilizing milk in developing countries

for his final graduation design project at the bezalel academy of art and design in jerusalem, guy feidman presented a device for milk sterilization based on UV technology. guided by professor ezri tarazi, the aim of ‘sahar’ is to aid people in the struggle against diseases spreading in developing countries. the device allows for the purification of 10-liter batches of milk, without alternating its nutritional value and without energy-inefficient heating.

 

video courtesy of guy feidman reshef

 

 

 

‘sahar’ by guy feidman utilizes UV technology currently used for water purification. the UV treatment sterilizes bacteria in the milk without altering its nutritional value. it operates on a 12V rechargeable battery and in areas without access to electricity, the battery can be recharged wth a simple solar panel. the design of ‘sahar’ combines antique lines with state of the art technology that reference the traditional terra cotta and clay pots still found in the bedouin households.

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hand pump creates light pressure in the vessel to avoid blockages

 

 

 

‘sahar’ is also an essential part of the regional information campaign that stresses the importance of milk hygiene. the sensitivities of the population (hierarchy, gender, and education background) will be taking into consideration the goal of creating a dynamic and informative experience.

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10 liters of milk have been processed and is safe for consumption in the lower vessel

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heavy duty materials for use in field conditions

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hand-pump usage

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izhar, joma’s daughter. their family lives in the Bedouin village of wadi aricha

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chalima, learning how to use the new device

 

 

project credits:

 

studio photography: oded antman

field photography: ido cohen

video filming: ido cohen

video editing: ido cohen & ben shmuelof

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: juliana neira | designboom

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