What is atmospheric water generation and why do we need it?

Atmospheric water generators make water from air by extracting moisture from the atmosphere.

Water from AWGs creates a self-sustained water supply that bypass toxins found in tap water, and avoids microplastics which seep into store-bought water bottles, at a lower cost.

How does the technology behind atmospheric water generation work?

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How does atmospheric water generation help the world?

In emergency situations where water was unavailable or contaminated, Watergen provided fresh clean drinking water to those affected by Major Hurricanes Harvey (Port Arthur, TX), Irma (Miami, FL), and Michael (Mexico Beach/Panama City, FL). Watergen also aided Cape Town, South Africa, during their current drought.

Under what weather conditions does atmospheric water generation work best?

Optimal conditions for atmospheric water generation are temperatures of 52F to 104F, with relative humidity of 30-100%

How much power do Watergen units consume?

The Large Scale Unit consumes ~55kW with a maximum of ~100kW
The Gen-350 unit consumes ~5.6kW with a maximum of ~10kW
The Genny consumes ~250w with a maximum of ~1.9kW