Why Water-Gen Is Pulling Clean Water From The Sky

Posted: Oct 3 2016, 1:00pm CDT | by , in Latest Science News


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Why Water-Gen is Pulling Clean Water From The Sky
  • Water-Gen trying to pull clean water out of thin air

The Israeli company claims to have created a device which creates drinking water from condensation in the air.

It is a universally acknowledged fact man cannot live without clean drinking water. In today’s time global warming and climate changes are threatening the supplies of safe drinking water. In such a state many have been working towards the making sure water does not run out.

Companies around the world have tried different attempts at it and finally some may have struck gold. It seems Israel will not run out of clean drinking water for the foreseeable future.

An Israeli company known by the name of Water-Gen claims to have built a device which can create and store drinking water. The water is produced by harvesting the condensation found in air.

Quite simply the Israeli firm is claiming to have drinking grade water out of thin air. The firm presented their invention at the United Nations General Assembly last week.

According to Arye Kohavi the CEO of Water-Gen, their device works the same way like a dehumidifier, but it also cleans in addition to capturing the moisture. The more humidity there is in air the more the device will be capable of allegedly producing water.

Water-Gen refers to their device as atmospheric water generators. Although there are other devices with the same pattern also in works at other firms, Water-Gen claims theirs is the best.

This firm also claims that their device in particular is more energy-efficient than the other devices of the same kind, according to HuffingtonPost.

As Kohavi stated their device uses only one-fifth of the amount of energy used by other methods to produce water. Moreover they claim their device can produce up to three liters of water for every kilowatt of energy used, which can be relatively cheap.

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