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Drinkable Air: the Future of Drinking Water!

Atmospheric Water Generator Technology

Drinkable Air’s Atmospheric Water Generator Technology (AWG)machines create pure, fresh drinking water out of the air we breathe.

The amount of water vapor in the atmosphere is vast and atmospheric water generation is a technique of harvesting that water vapor to make clean drinking water – the more humidity in the air, the more water that can be produced. Water that is produced by our AWGs is pure, does not contain any contaminates and represents a method of suppling safe pure water while being environmentally friendly and saving money. Producing water from the air is a sustainable practice through an intelligent use of the most abundant and unlimited supply of water available.

Our AWGs first pull air through an electrostatic-antimicrobial filter, removing air born particles. A condensation unit receives the clean humid airflow and condenses water vapor into liquid. As the machine collects the water, it drops into a collection tank where it is ozonated to keep the water pure and fresh.

In both the C3 and C8 models the water in the tank is chilled then pumped through a series of filters that further purify and then add minerals to the water (Calcium, Magnesium, Carbonates, etc.) to increase and maintain healthy pH levels.

Drinkable Air’s AWG machines run on standard grid electric power but are easily adaptable to sustainable power sources such as wind, solar, solar-wind hybrid and diesel generators. They are well suited for hotel rooms, government facilities, schools, hospitals, offices and residential households and represent a technological breakthrough, creating a way to replace and eliminate plastic water bottles.