Lonneke Dikmans, Ronald van Luttikhuizen
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Atlantis Rail offers standard rail heights of 36" or 42" for straight sections. All designed was created with the best design, and awesome detail architecture. If you don’t believe us, check out the before pics here. The new design (seen below) is an approach to a solution that without a doubt, as post data research establishes, will decrease and possibly cut, substantially, a large portion of the 20.2 billion dollar annual cost for the current military cooling infrastructure in place. — Used a simplified manufactured-minded design, utilizing no moving, expanding/collapsing elements to potentially fail over time through material fatigue and improper storage/use, which creates ease of general unit maintenance over time. — Dual pad intake design allows for oncoming wind to be drawn from one intake and the generally square design of the cooler itself creates a type of pressure drag that arises because of the blunt-faced form and large apparent cross-section, thus it provides a higher drag coefficient on the opposite side. (vortex type effect as wind is channeled around the side of the unit, and swirls into the rear intake due to the absence of any aerodynamic streamlining, feeding the non-wind facing intake. — Capable of stacking (by post/beam/pole strapping) multiple units to one vertical mounting structure for conditioning of large spaces (i.e. medical tent, dining tent, multi-use spaces that are commonly occupied by large groups of individuals at one time. — The cooler unit(s) can be strapped (via the center strap tunnel / ratchet strap system) to an existing and/or self-prepared pole, post, tree, frame, wall, etc. to provide an elevated fixed location to draw in fresh air from unspoiled air currents above clustered tent formations and to further avoid kick-up of dirt and/or sand from vehicular or troop movements in the immediate area of cooler operation. — The “V” shaped recess design on the main body panels, is purely a observation that a round form resting on a flat plane is not stationary along the vertical axises under outside pressures and forces (i.e. wind gusts and compression pressure from ratchet strap mounting system) compared to a round form resting in a notched “valley-like” shape, providing more security and control with two points of material contact.