Prevention is key for those most valuable & the most vulnerable members of society, especially those in shared environments
like care homes, people in mental institutions, people sharing enclosed environments like on ships and in prisons.
Introducing the inflatable ribbed bubble hat barrier to help stop the spread of covid-19.
Design brief for 'Bubble hat barrier'.
The bubble hat component parts for assembly.
For quick and cheap deployment could be rolled out in kit form with UV lights to sanitise,
Could we slow it down if all are issued this bubble hat barrier idea?
I've had a rethink on the 'Bubble Hat' after learning the virus is not air born but spread from hand to face so paper filtered air is fine
instead of carbon filter and UV light.
The air feed hole is also for eating with a fork or spoon and drinking with a straw.
The top of the hat is open to aid in ventilation and prevent condensation.
Build using water hose reel, cling film etc. :
The hose pipes are given rigidity by the cling film wrap.
Below is an assembly diagram for a DIY Bubble hat barrier made from garden hose reel, cling film etc.
Two large yogurt pots or pot noodle pots, with the bottoms cut out, would be ideal as they are water proof and durable.
Potential issue here in N. Ireland as whether to use green or orange hose pipe ?
Two cup / large yogurt pots with the bottoms cut out filter and fan for Bubble hat barrier.
Update on the two cup / large yogurt pot with the bottoms cut out filter fan.
Could you make a you tube video of how to assemble a bubble hat barrier to help stop infection of covid-19 ?
Please email email@example.com and let me know if you are interested.
I've decided to give the project over to the people and ask them to partake by doing instructional videos done by different people
in different languages all voted on in polls for best build, best instructor, funniest, worst etc. As they say in the Gettysburg Address
It's home brew Blue Peter time.
As forecast on the film 'Logan's Run'.
For live transmission will need the Sean Ryder clause on Ch. 4's TFI of 3 second delay to control illegal content.
This idea is for those most at risk from the virus i.e. over 70's in care homes, people in mental institutions,
people sharing enclosed environments like on ships and prisoners.
Build using pipe insolation tubes:
First draft. Use two styrofoam cups / large yogurt pots with the bottoms cut out as connectors for either fan extension or
coffee filter paper to stop spit.
Instructions to build your own Bubble Hat Barrier covid-19 defence unit from a DIY store inventory.
If condensation is still a problem vent slits can be cut into the rear 3 panels.
When mains electricity is not available to power the hair dryer, until Gov. issue, buy a car battery booster with a cigar lighter port
and a 3 pin plug transformer with a cigar charger port. This means its portable and car journeys are possible.
Many small scale production lines could be established for the Bubble Hat Barrier.
DIY Bubble Hat Barrier. Plastic tubing from old vacuum cleaner.
Rethink of Bubble hat barrier as a sports alternative. Introducing the Bubble hat sport, for ball games during the covid lock down.
New form of covid sports leagues for all forms of sports done with bubble hat sport barrier.
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