Tuesday, July 17, 2018


Above: Imaginary installation at Denver International Airport

An installation can be tastefully incorporated on top of or hanging below any existing structure. Fluidcatchers do not need to be mounted hundreds of feet up in the air, unless prevailing wind patterns so require. If it is necessary, mounting the Fluidcatcher higher in the air is accomplished by simply extending the height of the base and the length of the dual axel, since there are no heavy parts at the top. An entire field of Fluidcatchers can be designed in very tight formation, with many units side by side. A second row of units can be placed directly behind the first, just slightly higher and half a unit to one side because there is no significant turbulence or airflow behind the Fluidcatcher.

Below: Imaginary hanging installation under the Golden Gate Bridge