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Atmospheric Water Generator

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A Device used to produce water from the moisture present in air.
It can be used in dry area

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Atmospheric Water Generator

  1. 1. ATMOSPHERIC WATER GENERATOR
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Atmosphere contains large amount of water in the form of vapor, moisture etc.  This device is capable of converting atmospheric moisture directly into usable and even drinking water.
  3. 3. PARTS  Frame and exterior parts  Aluminum/plastic body  Wheels  Front panel  Side panels with air filters
  4. 4. Parts (contd.)  Absorption chamber  Plastic chamber  Mist eliminator  Nozzle  Tower packings  Radial fan  Licl storage tank  Circulation pump
  5. 5. Parts (contd.)  Heater  Immersion heater  Thermo sensor  Pressure sensor  Heat exchanger  Condenser  Condenser piping  Water trap  Distilled water tank  Fresh water pump  Active carbon filter  Fresh water tank  Level sensor  Uv lamp  Water dispenser  Tap  Hot and cold switches  TFT display
  6. 6. Working
  7. 7. Step – 1: Air enters Radial fan Absorption chamber Air
  8. 8. Tower packing  A plastic mesh holds the tower packing in positions.
  9. 9. Tower bed step – 2: Spraying LiCl
  10. 10. Step – 3: Air going to mist eliminator  To prevent the LiCl mist from leaving the machine via top chamber outlet.  Reason  licl is harmful  Affects the performance
  11. 11. Tower bed LiCl storage tank Step – 4: LiCl dipped from tower bed
  12. 12. Electric heater connected inside the air chamber Thermocouple probes Step – 5: Inside an air duct
  13. 13. Plate heat exchanger
  14. 14. Heat exchanger in AWG
  15. 15. Step – 6: Air entering into the condenser
  16. 16. Basic principle of a condenser Moist Air Cool refrigerate d coil Droplets Dry air Compresso r
  17. 17. Radial fan  Bend the air flow to cool the condenser.
  18. 18. Step – 7: Filteration
  19. 19. Carbon filter  Absorbs volatile chemicals on a molecular basis at lower cost.  Reduce bad taste, odor and chlorine.  Great volatile organic contaminants reduction
  20. 20. UV light (200-280 nanometer)  UV doesnot change taste, odor, color or pH of the water.  Lowers overall bacterial count
  21. 21. Step – 8: Water dispenser
  22. 22. A prototype of AWG
  23. 23. Advantages  Ecofriendly.  Convenient.  Ease of use.  Energy efficient.  Can be run on solar power.  Does not waste water Disadvantages • Does not provide a high yield of water in areas with low humidity.
  24. 24. References  en.wikipedia.org  www.slideshare.net  www.air2water.biz  www.explainthatstuff.com
  25. 25. Any queries ??

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