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ADS Offering Watergen USA’s Atmospheric Water Generators

The first thing I thought about when I heard about Watergen USA was Luke Skywalker from Star Wars’ Aunt Beru and Uncle Owen, the moisture farmers. They lived on a desert planet, farming moisture from the air. The scene below is science fiction. Could we actually do the same?

Well, if you’ve ever owned a dehumidifier, you know it’s possible. What Watergen has done, is make it practical.

These systems allow users to generate potable water on-site, where it’s needed, chemical free. The water produced from humidity in the air is filtered and then minerals are added back into the water, resulting in the same taste, no matter where in the world it is produced.

What I find most appealing about Watergen’s offerings is that they cover everything from an individual home or office, to a mobile system, to even larger support for a FOB. What’s more, multiple systems can be added, based on the scale of the effort. All they require us a power source and conditions of 30% or more humidity. This can be found in just over 80% of the world’s land mass. Currently, Watergen systems are not intended for use at sea but work is being completed to facilitate this application.

Additionally, Watergen’s systems do not require trained water purification specialists and can be operated by anyone who can plug in a cord, or run a generator, for self-contained systems. They can be used by individuals, local, state or federal agencies, as well the military.

Preventive maintenance must be conducted twice per year which requires up to half an hour.

The patented technology is Israeli but the three systems Watergen offers are made here in the USA.

– A small home and office water generator, the GENNY, creates up to seven gallons (27 liters) per day.

– The medium scale generator, GEN-350 can produce up to 237 gallons of clean drinking water (900 liters) per day.

– A large-scale unit can extract up to 1,300 gallons (4,921 liters) per day. It is designed to provide water to approximately 2,500 people per day.

The Emergency Response Vehicle is a self contained mobile system which can be rapidly deployed to deployed organizations or areas with no no access to potable water such as communities with broken water lines or compromised water purification plants.

The systems have internal storage tanks but can be connected to external tanks or bladders.

Additionally, Watergen’s GENNY was selected for award of a 2019 Innovation Award from the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The two larger systems are on GSA from ADS Inc. For more details, visit adsinc.com/water-from-air-atmospheric-water-generation-watergen-usa.

4 Responses to “ADS Offering Watergen USA’s Atmospheric Water Generators”

  1. Stormtrooper says:

    These aren’t the water makers I’m looking for.

  2. orly? says:

    Congrats on Israel, great technology!