Air To Water

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There is 12.9 trillion litres / 12 900 cubic kilolitres of water in the atmosphere. Our municipal water resources are not as safe as we think. In every city, around the world, varying levels of harmful chemicals are found in our tap water including everything from heavy metals, chlorine, arsenic to prescription drugs and even human hormones.

UnifiCloud partner's company Water from Air machines produce unlimited, pure, delicious drinking water from just the humidity in the air. Our machines utilise a cutting-edge, proprietary technology to harvest water from the moisture in the air. Water from Air is sustainable. 

There is 12.9 trillion litres / 12 900 cubic kilolitres of water in the atmosphere. Our municipal water resources are not as safe as we think. In every city, around the world, varying levels of harmful chemicals are found in our tap water including everything from heavy metals, chlorine, arsenic to prescription drugs and even human hormones.
UnifiCloud partner's company Water from Air machines produce unlimited, pure, delicious drinking water from just the humidity in the air. Our machines utilise a cutting-edge, proprietary technology to harvest water from the moisture in the air. Water from Air is sustainable.

An atmospheric water generator (AWG) is a device that extracts water from humid ambient air. Water vapour in the air is condensed by cooling the air below its dew point, exposing the air to desiccants, or pressurizing the air. Unlike a dehumidifier, an AWG is designed to render the water potable.

It has an almost magical connotation to it, but it’s very real. A few companies in India are generating water out of thin air, literally. And this watershed technology is finding applications already, with the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) among others using the machines to meet the drinking water requirements of its troops in remote areas. And in waterparched African regions, these machines are selling like hot cakes.

This new technology has the potential to grab a share from the market for packaged water, which is one of the fastest growing at over 25% annually, according to the Centre for Science and Environment. The machines provide pure drinking water while preserving the ground water level, and possibly address one of the most contentious problems in developing countries — the availability of pure and cheap water in water-scarce areas. Over the last decade, the market for all water filter machines grew around 30% each year, according to a report by the Filter Machines Manufacturers.