3D model of the AT mobile shelter. The AT mobile shelter is a 3-wheeled trailer that can be towed (by a motorcycle or car) aswell as propelled by a person, through pedaling. It is inspired on Jacob Eichbaum's Ownless. It contains a potable water tank (for drinking, preparing meals, ...), a non-potable water tank (for washing hands, showering, ..., a small stove (for preparing meals and heating the non-potable water tank), a car battery (for storing power), a handcrank with dynamo (for generating power which is then stored in the battery), a mains electricity socket (for tapping power to store in the battery), an electric blanket (placed underneath the person), a bed (for sleeping) and a reading light.
The non-potable water tank is foreseen of a pump, to generate pressure in the tank so that the water flows out of the shower head. The water is allowed to pass once the valve is pressed in. The system is inspired on the duckworksbbs system
At the inlet and outlet taps, the hoses are connected to the (respectively) funnel and shower head. This is done using a tap-to-hose connector
Rainwater can for example be used in the non-potable water tank. It can be attained from the roofs of buildings (via gutters). An alternative is to use (relatively clean) water from lakes, streams, ...