A basic study to improve the performance of solar distiller has been studied experimentally. This study uses forced convection by ionic wind to actively transfer heat and mass inside the annular space of formed a double pipe, composed by the inner surface of outer pipe and outer surface of inner pipe, and to enhance simultaneously evaporation and condensation. The ionic wind generated in the annular generates with the circumferential flow and the collision flow. Furthermore, the ionic wind, consisting of circumferential and impinging flows, has a velocity of approximately 2.0 m/s maximum and a power consumption of approximately 1.0 W. It was experimentally shown that this flow velocity is proportional to the 1/2 th power of the ionic current. It was confirmed that the composite flow consisting of two flow with four pair of wire electrodes can enhance a condensation volume of approximately 2.0 kg/(m2･h) and 1.9 times the facilitation ratio.