Some 1.1 billion people – one sixth of the world's population – does not have access to
safe water; almost 3 billion lack ...
Extracting Water Vapor from the Air
Obtaining refreshed water from the atmosphere is nothing new. It has been going on sin...
im pact

Since the birth of civilization, people have moved and settled close to water, moved when
there is too little of ...
im pact

Gathering enough water                to drink every day places a real burden on millions
of people around the wo...
im pact

Water stress shows up typically on farms and agriculture.
This has serious developmental consequences through its...
growth

It’s about life.
People need water, for drinking, for cooking, for washing, for food, for industry, for
energy, fo...
growth

It’s about life.
Seventy percent of the water used globally is used for agriculture. More will be required
if we m...
growth

It’s about life.
The UN-backed World Commission on Water estimated in the year 2000 that an
additional one hundred...
opportunity

Abundant water from air, at pennies per liter.
Air-water machines produce water in unlimited capacities for p...
Easy Water
   aw 4 0
Easy water...compact and mobile.
This small compact air-water machine built to fit almost anywhere, c...
Water & Ice
   a w 100 i
Water and Ice...Twice as nice.
The AW100 i combines proven technology of water extraction from th...
Commercial
   a w 120
The world’s most versatile water making machine.
Already in use in many countries around the world, ...
Worker
   aw 2 50
The worker is a heavy-duty water machine.
Designed for the small factory / workshop, small clinic or hos...
LifeSaver
   aw 500
Group Water...when you need more, this machine delivers.
Up to 100 people, will have access to a very ...
Villager
   aw 1000
Water making muscle...delivers big-time water.
This state of the art unit, provides 1,000 liters of cl...
Mobile1
   aw 1000 m
Need water in more than one location? .
The AW1000M mobile unit makes 1,000 liters of water daily, an...
Irrigator
   aw 5 000
Water for the Farmer’s “Field-of-Dreams”
Water for irrigation can be an impossible dream in many und...
Solar Power
With a Solar Powered; Air-Water solution, portability,
flexibility, and self-reliance, is now possible in the ...
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Extracting Water From the Air.

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  1. 1. Some 1.1 billion people – one sixth of the world's population – does not have access to safe water; almost 3 billion lack basic sanitation. About half the people in the developing world suffer from diseases caused by contaminated water or food, and an estimated 30,000 people are dying daily from contaminated food or water. Air Water Corporation - machines that “make” water. These machines extract water out of the “air” that we breath, and while these machines are not the final nor the total solution, they will help bring clean drinkable water to people who have none and need it most. The demand for water is now a multi-billion dollar per annum industry worldwide. • Water is the most purchased non-alcoholic beverage in the United States • The water market generates annual sales of more than $7.7 Billion • The water market is growing at 5% annually
  2. 2. Extracting Water Vapor from the Air Obtaining refreshed water from the atmosphere is nothing new. It has been going on since the beginning of time in nature's continuous cycle of evaporation and condensation in the form of rain or snow. At any given moment the earth's atmosphere contains 4,000 cubic miles of water, which is just .000012% of the 344 million cubic miles of water on earth. Nature maintains this ratio by accelerating or retarding the rates of evaporation and condensation, irrespective of the activities of man. It is the sole source and means of regenerating wholesome water for all forms of life on earth. Man has been extracting water vapor from the air for generations. Most often it is intentional and the water collected is treated as waste water, such as with dehumidifies and air conditioners.
  3. 3. im pact Since the birth of civilization, people have moved and settled close to water, moved when there is too little of water, journey down water, write, sing and dance about water. We cannot live without water. Officials at the United Nations continue to warn that the next world wars will be fought over survival issues, and topping that list is the issue of drinkable “Water”. In fact Water Wars have been as much of human history as the age of humanity and the world itself. Recently, we have seen break outs of regional fighting in many areas of Africa and Asia that one could class as the beginning of the “Water Wars” of the 21st Century. The real facts are that the world is facing very severe water stresses. i m p a c t Machines that fabricate water from the air we breath and at pennies per liter.
  4. 4. im pact Gathering enough water to drink every day places a real burden on millions of people around the world. Women and children can spend hours walking back and forth to collect it – hours when children should be in school, learning. Bad sanitation causes serious harm, too. Children who live in unsanitary conditions, or who drink dirty water, are sick more often and more seriously; many die before the age of five from water and sanitation-related diseases, including diarrhea, cholera and malaria. And even when they do survive, they lag behind others in growth and development. i m p a c t A local aw-machine producing 5,000 liters of drinkable water daily.
  5. 5. im pact Water stress shows up typically on farms and agriculture. This has serious developmental consequences through its impact on food supplies. 10% of the world’s grain harvest is produced from water pumped out of wells faster than it is replenished. Unless substitute sources are found, that share of the harvest will one-day be unavailable. U.N. assessment of the earth’s fresh water found that roughly one-third of the planet lives in countries that find it impossible to meet their water needs. Water stress could double by 2025, as population increases and economic growth combine to exhaust fixed supplies of water. i m p a c t A network of 10,000 liter aw-machines producing water every day.
  6. 6. growth It’s about life. People need water, for drinking, for cooking, for washing, for food, for industry, for energy, for transport, for rituals, for fun, for life, and it is not only we humans who need it; all life is dependent on water to survive. The UN recommends that people need a minimum of 50 liters of water a day for drinking, washing, cooking and sanitation. Clean water is a basic human right. It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure that the forecast of a world where, in 25 years’ time, two out of every three people will face water-stress is proven wrong. Global water consumption rose sixfold between 1900 and 1995 - more than double the rate of population growth - and goes on growing as farming, industry and domestic demand all increase.
  7. 7. growth It’s about life. Seventy percent of the water used globally is used for agriculture. More will be required if we meet the need of feeding the world's growing population - predicted to rise from about six billion today to nine billion by 2055. Consumption of water will increase as more people expect to live Western-style lifestyles and diets - one kilogram of grain-fed beef needs at least 15 cubic meters of water, while 1 kilo of cereal needs only up to three cubic meters. Equally important as quantity is quality - as pollution increases, the amount of useable water declines. Millions and millions of people die from waterborne diseases each year - 10 times the number killed in wars around the globe.
  8. 8. growth It’s about life. The UN-backed World Commission on Water estimated in the year 2000 that an additional one hundred billion ($100bn) a year would be needed to help alleviate water scarcity worldwide. That is five times the amount of the twenty billion ($20bn) which will be needed annually by 2007 to tackle HIV and Aids and, according to the Commission, it is so much it could only be raised from the private sector. For millions of people around the world getting it right is a matter of life and death.
  9. 9. opportunity Abundant water from air, at pennies per liter. Air-water machines produce water in unlimited capacities for pennies per liter. Our water from air machines are flexible in form-factor, and water-making capabilities. Built-in power redundancy, cut-off technology, and time-tested components is designed to keep our air-water machines running safely and producing water 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Air-water machines can accept multiple power sources. Self-powering option via solar technology is available giving anyone the ability to drop a machine in a remote area and have the ability to produce water powered by solar. In the home, office, car, truck, boat, plane, camping, military or remote base camp...as long as there is air, you’ve got water.
  10. 10. Easy Water aw 4 0 Easy water...compact and mobile. This small compact air-water machine built to fit almost anywhere, can be used in very small areas, and will produce from 20-40 liters of water daily in suitable conditions. Capacity Liters: 20 - 40 Liters | 5.28 - 10.57 Gallons Ideal Working Conditions: 68-104 deg F, 20 -40 C, 60 -100% RH Height x Width x Depth Centimeters: 62 cm x 36 cm x 52 cm Height x Width x Depth Inches: 24.41 in x 14.17 in x 20.47 in Weight: 36 kilograms | 79.2 lbs. Power Consumption: 0.35 kW Compressor Power Consumption: 0.3 kW Average Power Consumption: 0.1 - 0.4* kW h / L PSPhase: 115-225V - 50 HZ Single P hase Electronic Control: KAV- KOR Filtration Pump: Optional UV: Included Refrigerant: R407c Inline Water Tank: 5 Liters | 1 Gallons Noise Level: 68 dB * The actual Power Consumption will vary with temperature, R / H levels, and energy cost at time of operation. All technical data above is subject to change w/o notice.
  11. 11. Water & Ice a w 100 i Water and Ice...Twice as nice. The AW100 i combines proven technology of water extraction from the atmosphere, together with the built-in icemaker, to bring you...Twice as Nice, the world’s first air-water ice combo. Ideal for restaurants, bars, offices and all locations where ice is in demand. Capacity Liters: 100 Liters | 26.42 Gallons Ideal Working Conditions: 68-104 deg F, 20 -40 C, 60 -100% RH Height x Width x Depth Centimeters: 119 cm x 72 cm x 76 cm Height x Width x Depth Inches: 46.85 in x 28.35 in x 29.92 in Weight: 130 kilograms | 286 lbs. Power Consumption: 2.9 kW Compressor Power Consumption: 2.2 kW Average Power Consumption: 0.1 - 0.4* kW h / L PSPhase: 230V - 50 HZ Single Phase Electronic Control: KAV- KOR Filtration Pump: Optional UV: Included Refrigerant: R407c Inline Water: Tank: 20 Liters | 4.4 Gallons Noise Level: 68 dB * The actual Power Consumption will vary with temperature, R / H levels, and energy cost at time of operation. All technical data above is subject to change w/o notice.
  12. 12. Commercial a w 120 The world’s most versatile water making machine. Already in use in many countries around the world, this great little machine, only some 4 foot in height, stands tall and strong in any circumstance, and just keeps on making water. Capacity Liters: 120 Liters | 31.70 Gallons Ideal Working Conditions: 68-104 deg F, 20 -40 C, 60 -100% RH Height x Width x Depth Centimeters: 119 cm x 72 cm x 76 cm Height x Width x Depth Inches: 46.85 in x 28.35 in x 29.92 in Weight: 120 kilograms | 264 lbs. Power Consumption: 2.9 kW Compressor Power Consumption: 2.2 kW Average Power Consumption: 0.1 - 0.4* kW h / L PSPhase: 230V - 50 HZ Single Phase Electronic Control: KAV- KOR Filtration Pump: Optional UV: Included Refrigerant: R407c Inline Water: Optional Noise Level: 65 dB * The actual Power Consumption will vary with temperature, R / H levels, and energy cost at time of operation. All technical data above is subject to change w/o notice.
  13. 13. Worker aw 2 50 The worker is a heavy-duty water machine. Designed for the small factory / workshop, small clinic or hospital. Comes with or without a water tank, and can be supplied with or without filters, or water purification systems depending on your specific water needs. Capacity Liters: 250 Liters | 66.05 Gallons Ideal Working Conditions: 68-104 deg F, 20 -40 C, 60 -100% RH Height x Width x Depth Centimeters: 119 cm x 76 cm x 90 cm Height x Width x Depth Inches: 46.85 in x 28.35 in x 35.43 in Weight: 150 kilograms | 330 lbs. Power Consumption: 4.3 kW Compressor Power Consumption: 3.5 kW Average Power Consumption: 0.1 - 0.4* kW h / L PSPhase: 230V - 50 HZ Single Phase Electronic Control: KAV- KOR Filtration Pump: Optional UV: Included Refrigerant: R407c Inline Water: Optional Noise Level: 65 dB * The actual Power Consumption will vary with temperature, R / H levels, and energy cost at time of operation. All technical data above is subject to change w/o notice.
  14. 14. LifeSaver aw 500 Group Water...when you need more, this machine delivers. Up to 100 people, will have access to a very sizeable ration of 5 liters of water daily, that will sustain life. Equipped with a self power source, this machine stands alone anywhere. Capacity Liters: 500 Liters | 132.10 Gallons Ideal Working Conditions: 68-104 deg F, 20 -40 C, 60 -100% RH Height x Width x Depth Centimeters: 150 cm x 72 cm x 90 cm Height x Width x Depth Inches: 59.06 in x 28.35 in x 35.43 in Weight: 250 kilograms | 550 lbs. Power Consumption: 8.6 kW Compressor Power Consumption: 7.0 kW Average Power Consumption: 0.1 - 0.4* kW h / L PSPhase: 230V - 50 HZ Single Phase Electronic Control: KAV- KOR Filtration Pump: Optional UV: Included Refrigerant: R407c Inline Water: Optional Noise Level: 68 dB * The actual Power Consumption will vary with temperature, R / H levels, and energy cost at time of operation. All technical data above is subject to change w/o notice.
  15. 15. Villager aw 1000 Water making muscle...delivers big-time water. This state of the art unit, provides 1,000 liters of clean, pure water. Can sustain 250 people daily. If you need water, this machine delivers an abundant supply. Capacity Liters: 1,000 Liters | 264.20 Gallons Ideal Working Conditions: 68-104 deg F, 20 -40 C, 60 -100% RH Height x Width x Depth Centimeters: 160 cm x 100 cm x 100 cm Height x Width x Depth Inches: 62.99 in x 39.37 in x 39.37 in Weight: 350 kilograms | 770 lbs. Power Consumption: 17.0 kW Compressor Power Consumption: 16.0 kW Average Power Consumption: 0.1 - 0.4* kW h / L PSPhase: 380V - 50 HZ Three Phase Electronic Control: KAV- KOR Filtration Pump: Optional UV: Included Refrigerant: R407c Inline Water: Optional Noise Level: 69 dB * The actual Power Consumption will vary with temperature, R / H levels, and energy cost at time of operation. All technical data above is subject to change w/o notice.
  16. 16. Mobile1 aw 1000 m Need water in more than one location? . The AW1000M mobile unit makes 1,000 liters of water daily, and stores up to 1000 liters on-board. Dispenses water for cooking, cleaning, washing, showering and drinking.. Capacity Liters: 1000 Liters | 264.20 Gallons Ideal Working Conditions: 68-104 deg F, 20 -40 C, 60 -100% RH Height x Width x Depth Centimeters: 190 cm x 180 cm x 490 cm Height x Width x Depth Inches: 74.8 in x 70.87 in x 192.91 in Weight: 1,100 kilograms | 2,420 lbs. Power Consumption: 17.0 kW Compressor Power Consumption: 16.0 kW Average Power Consumption: 0.1 - 0.4* kW h / L PSPhase: 380V - 50 HZ Three phase Electronic Control: KAV- KOR Filtration Pump: Optional UV: Included Refrigerant: R407c Inline Water Tank: 2 @ 500 ltrs ea. | 264.2 Gallons Noise Level: 69 dB * The actual Power Consumption will vary with temperature, R / H levels, and energy cost at time of operation. All technical data above is subject to change w/o notice.
  17. 17. Irrigator aw 5 000 Water for the Farmer’s “Field-of-Dreams” Water for irrigation can be an impossible dream in many under-developed countries. The Irrigator is here to deliver total water solutions. This machine can create the farmers quot;field-of-dreamsquot;. Capacity Liters: 5,000 Liters | 1,321 Gallons Ideal Working Conditions: 68 -104 deg F, 20 - 40 C, 60 -100% RH Height x Width x Depth Centimeters: 140 cm x 180 cm x 480 cm Height x Width x Depth Inches: 55.12 in x 70.87 in x 188.98 in Weight: 1,500 kilograms | 3,300 lbs. Power Consumption: 85.0 kW Compressor Power Consumption: 80.0 Kw Average Power Consumption: 0.1 - 0.4* kW h / L PSPhase: 380V - 50 HZ Three Phase Electronic Control: KAV- KOR Filtration Pump: Optional UV: Included Refrigerant: R407c Inline Water: Optional Noise Level: 77 dB * The actual Power Consumption will vary with temperature, R / H levels, and energy cost at time of operation. All technical data above is subject to change w/o notice.
  18. 18. Solar Power With a Solar Powered; Air-Water solution, portability, flexibility, and self-reliance, is now possible in the most remote areas of the globe. Truly a Green Technology... Harnessing the sun to generate power that makes water from the air we breath. Solar panels are used to charge a battery, or bank of batteries, that are the main source of power for the air-water machines. The batteries are charged during the day when the sun is shining, but the power can be used even when the sun is not shining, such as at night when lighting is needed. Depending on the needs and specifications, a solar array can be configured not only to run the air-water machine(s), but can be used to power other essential equipment that a remote village may need or depend on for survival.

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