Selected Products (Amazon)
Atmospheric Water Generator (2500 L/d) computer simulations
WaterProducer water-from-air system
Preliminary Studies for proposed projects using Water-from-Air and Atmospheric Water Generators
'Classic' Reports for Water-from-Air and Atmospheric Water Generators
Sample Page - WP drinking water plant for Cebu...
Technical Bulletin No. 1 Water-from-Air WaterProducer and Reverse Osmosis Desalination Compared
Technical Bulletin No. 2 Water-from-Air WaterProducer Cost, Features, and Benefits
Technical Bulletin No. 3 Carbonate Islands with Natural Coolant Resources for the Water-from-Air WaterProducer
Technical Bulletin No. 4 Comparing the Water-from-Air WaterProducer-Greenhouse to the Seawater Greenhouse
Technical Bulletin No. 5 Environmental impact of widespread use of drinking-water-from-air systems
Technical Bulletin No. 6 Potential and limitations of water-from-air systems for horticulture in greenhouses at four tropical sites
Water-from-Air International Lexicon
Countries with 50 Hz electrical services
Countries with 60 Hz electrical services
Global Water Partnership
Canadian Dew Technologies Inc.
WaterProducer™ water-from-air system
Water-bottling; District water utility market
50,000–200,000 L/day (10,000–40,000 people/day)
Lifetimes: equipment ~ 10 years, structure ~ 20 years
Progress made (IP)
Computer model (software)
Proof of concept prototype—validate concept of chilled liquid cooling for dehumidification of air for drinking water supply
Production models (200–5000 L/day; fitted into shipping containers) or turn-key installations (up to 200,000 L/day); enclosed in polytube style greenhouse structures)
The WaterProducer™ system is suitable for small tropical islands with access to cool deep water natural coolant found at water depths greater than 200 m (Click on image for larger image).
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