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Advanced Water Extractor
#1 2017-10-16 10:02:05
Description: Need lots of water but don't have much atmosphere? Not to worry, this extractor will make more water than any old water extractor ever could.
Uses medium amounts of regolith to produce the same amounts of water as the atmospheric condenser.
Also uses a large amount of he3.
Would be an alternative to the condenser.
Those who have asteroid, ice, lunar, and abandoned worlds would have access to it, or maybe you could replace the condenser with this building on those worlds to shake things up a bit.
Not sure what the worker round is for the condenser, but I think that this building should produce water at the same rate, only using regolith instead of atmosphere.
The extractor would consume 1 regolith for every 2 water it produces.
Would consum 20 he3 every 10 seconds.
Let me know what you think of this one. I didn't quite know how to make the bubbles since the whole image is less than a hundred pixels across. I think I did good though.
Edited by Amorphus on 2017-10-16 10:05:05
#2 2017-10-16 10:08:32
Updated the thread with the image, for some reason my svg file was messed up and didn't show the image.
#3 2017-10-16 14:51:36
I voted no because we already have the alien capacitor that produces huge amounts of water so unfortunately it is useless
#4 2017-10-16 15:15:31
Yes, but this building is only supposed to produce as much water as a basic atmospher condenser, not the alient condenser. It was intended to be an alternative to the basic condenser on worlds that use regolith as the base resource. I was thinking that maybe this building could replace basic condensers on those planets.
Feel free to use the drawing on something else if not this then. I put my heart and soul into it.
#5 2017-10-16 20:18:43
in this case actually it's a good idea for the worlds other than March you're right
#6 2017-10-16 20:55:15
#7 2017-10-19 23:43:07
your idea is useful for all other world except the red planet