What is the background of AWG??

Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG)

An Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) is a technology that extracts water from humid air, making it useful for drinking water and irrigation in arid regions such as tropical areas.

The history of AWG is relatively recent, having been developed by American engineers in the late 1990s. The first commercial products were released in 2000, primarily sold in the United States and the Middle East. In 2006, a Japanese company developed AWG units, but these were smaller models (10L to 200L/day). Today, AWGs are being used worldwide, with increasing demand in water-scarce regions and areas advancing in renewable energy use.

What are the current technologies/mechanisms of AWG?

Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) technology primarily uses two methods: cooling condensation and adsorption.

Cooling Condensation: This method involves using refrigerant gases in a compression-expansion cycle, commonly used in air conditioning, refrigeration, and freezing. It cools the water vapor in the air, causing it to condense into liquid water. This technique is suitable for areas and seasons with high humidity.

Adsorption: This method captures water vapor from dry air using adsorbents like zeolite or silica. The water vapor is then heated to turn it into liquid water. While this technique can be used in low-humidity environments, it requires more energy for heating and produces less water. Skywater utilizes the cooling condensation method to generate water.

What types of Skywater are available?

There are small and large models.

What is the price of Skywater?

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The products are intended for corporate use, they are not available for general consumer sale at this time.