Atmospheric Water Generator

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Today I was thinking about what to add to cool stuff to buy and a machine that creates water from air seemed appropriate.  In case you are not familiar with these machines they are referred to as atmospheric water generators.  It’s September of 2011 now, and it was only a few months ago I first learned about them.

Were you aware there’s more water in the air around us than all of the oceans of the earth combined?  Atmospheric water generators condense this humidity from the air and turn it into water.

A company, Ecoloblue, is pioneering the way we get pure drinking water with their atmospheric water generators.  One of these residential systems can create up to 8 gallons of water every day.  They make commercial systems that can produce over 1,000 gallons of water from air in the same 24 hour period.

Atmopsheric Water Generators And Solar Generators

One of the first questions I thought about when I first started learning about atmospheric water generators is, Can these machines work off of a solar generator?  It turns out they can, which makes them one of the coolest things around.  These systems were designed to work efficiently when plugged into a solar generator and they work off of other generators as well.

This means you can be in a completely remote place and generate fresh drinking water without any grid to connect to.  For a person traveling in an RV, that cares about the quality of water they drink, this is a dream come true.Cool Stuff To Buy 4 ~ Atmospheric Water Generator

The water one of these Ecoloblue systems creates from air is pretty pure, immediately after being condensed, but these generators takes it to a whole other level of pure.  The water goes through an additional 12 steps of filtration, giving you some of the purest water you can get anywhere.

An atmospheric water generator is definitely on my list of cool stuff to buy.  You can see the actual lab results for the purity of the water one of these Ecoloblue systems creates on their website.  I hope you enjoy your experience of creating water from air.

Sye Rodriguez