All air holds moisture in the form of humidity. Atmospheric water generators (AWGs) are able extract moisture from air by lowering air temperatures thus reducing the air's capacity to hold moisture. The moisture is then "condensed" into water, captured, purified then stored.
"The EWG could provide a new integrated tool for water and emergency energy operations that many global communities face each year."
Director, Biofuels Centers of Excellence
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Local ambient humidity conditions set parameters for quantity of water able to be condensed.
Generates electricity to operate all internal energy needs for AWG, filtration system, pumps, lights and water quality testing.
Atmospheric Water Generator
Employing the basic properties of air, the AWG condenses water from humidity by cooling air, thus reducing its ability to store moisture. Moisture can then be collected in the form of water, filtered and treated for pathogens and stored in an expandable bladder for distribution.