Wednesday December 12, 2007 11:13 am
AquaMaker Makes Potable Water From the Air
We bet the inhabitants of Herbert’s Dune would have coveted the AquaMaker AM10. It can make up to 36 liters of potable water from air moisture in 38 hours. It has a digital display microcomputer with an easily readable screen, electronic sensors to keep it running properly and remind its owner about needed maintenance and any performance problems. It also features an air filter to keep out dust, odors, mold, and bacteria, a timer, an easily replaceable filter pack, and an auto-defroster. After processing, it will return clean air back into the environment. We wonder if the recent scarcity of water in some parts of the South, as well as other places on the planet, could benefit from the AquaMaker and hope that their governments will take the hint and invest in some of them.
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