What is Atmospheric Water Generation
What the machine does.
An Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) is a device designed to extract water from humid ambient air. It works by drawing in air and cooling it to a point where water vapor condenses into liquid form, similar to how dew forms.
The AWG pulls in air from the surrounding environment.
Cooling and Condensation:
The air is then cooled down, and the water vapor in the air reaches its dew point and condenses into water droplets.
Collection and Filtration:
The condensed water is collected into a reservoir. It is then filtered and purified to make it safe for drinking.
The clean water is stored in a tank within the device until it's dispensed.
The AWG800 is the most advanced atmospheric water generator with low power consumption. Engineered to produce up to 800 liters / 211 gallons of clean water a day. Paired with a Tesla Solar device, this has proven to be a self sustaining machine.
Advancing sustainable water technology
Our primary tool in combating water scarcity is the AWG technology. We have implemented this technology in various crisis-stricken areas, where we address a extreme water shortage. Our mobile AWG units and the goal being, permanent installations, can provide clean, drinkable water, vital for the survival of the local population.
AWG800 Exceeds WHO, TCEQ & EPA Standards
The AWG800 water quality meets and exceeds World Health Organization (WHO) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards. The AWG was also quality tested and approved by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
Earth (The Foundation and Impact Zone):
Resource and Energy Source:
The Earth serves as the base for the installation of atmospheric water generators. It's where the energy sources (like solar or electrical power) used to run these machines are often generated or accessed. The efficiency of AWG units can be influenced by the geographical and climatic conditions.
Environmental Impact and Sustainability:
The deployment of AWG technology has a direct impact on the Earth's ecosystems. By providing a sustainable source of clean water, it reduces the strain on natural water bodies and groundwater, which are often over-exploited.
Air (The Source):
Humidity and Water Vapor:
Air is the primary source from which water is harvested in AWG systems. These systems work by extracting moisture (water vapor) from the air.
Temperature and Condensation:
AWG units cool the air to its dew point, causing water vapor to condense into liquid water. This process is akin to the natural formation of dew, where water droplets form on cool surfaces.
Advanced filtration systems ensure the water generated is safe for consumption. This technology, especially when powered by renewable energy sources, aligns with environmental conservation efforts.
Water (The Product and Cycle Contributor):
Production of Potable Water:
This technology condenses atmospheric moisture into clean, drinkable water, providing a vital resource in areas lacking access to safe water sources.
Contribution to the Water Cycle:
AWG contributes to the management of the Earth's water cycle. By tapping into atmospheric water, it provides an alternative method of sourcing water that doesn't deplete rivers, lakes, or groundwater. This is crucial in regions where traditional water sources are scarce or contaminated.
Climate Change Resilience:
In the face of climate change, AWG offers a method of water production that is not dependent on local rainfall or water bodies.