Virgil Johnson stands in his backyard on Falls Street that's laid out with three rainwater and two storage barrels that pump a watery mist to cool and clean his old central air conditioner. Part of his Rain Barrel Mister system uses about 100 feet of garden hoses with links and valves. The rainwater can also be redirected for use on flowers, gardens and lawns. Johnson's says his device will cut utility bills because it allows air conditioners to cool a house faster using less power.
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His encore: Cool invention!
Two years ago Virgil Johnson invented an energy-saving solar air heater for homes. He sold a do-it-yourself eBook online on how to build one.
Now the 55-year-old Virgil Johnson is back with another energy-saving invention with the long name of: Rain-Barrel-Water-Mister-For-Your Central-Air-Conditioner.
This one also has an option for a solar pump and comes with a do-it-yourself 25-page booklet that can be bought on eBay and printed in PDF format.