Atmospheric Water Generators and The First Step of Water Purification
The Atmospheric Water Generator is a humidity and temperature-driven appliance. This means the appliance’s ability to generate water depends entirely on the humidity and atmospheric temperature. To achieve optimal performance, the indicated relative humidity should be at least 50% or more. In regions with lower humidity levels, the atmospheric water generator will produce water at a slower rate and with less volume than that of a higher humidity environment. In a residential environment, higher levels of humidity tend to be found in kitchen areas, near bathrooms, near open windows, or in more spacious rooms.
The atmospheric water generator also performs well in an air-conditioned room or homes. Because air-conditioning reduces relative humidity, it is recommended to open the window at night to increase the humidity in the room. Because the Atmospheric Water Generator works by converting humidity in the air to water, it also acts as an effective dehumidifier. To ensure high quality of the drinking water produced, the Atmospheric Water Generator utilizes multiple filtration machineries.
When the air is dry and cold, water generation may become slow and inefficient. It is recommended that the Atmospheric water generator be connected to a municipal water supply allowing the Appliance to serve as a water purifier using its filtration system
How it works
Because the air around us is mostly water, tons of dirt and other micro-particles that isn’t healthy for our bodies, we need a water generator that thoroughly cleans the water so it’s clean and healthy enough for everyday use. The EcoloBlue Atmospheric Water Generator is segmented into 12 organic filtration steps, to ensure safety. In this article, we’ll cover the first step of water purification in the atmospheric water pressure system.
Electrostatic Air Filter – Electrostatic Air Filters clean the air by using static electricity, a safe, naturally occurring spectacle. An electrostatic charge is generated by air flowing through a network of static prone fibres. Airborne particles are attracted and held by the static charge until released by washing. The electrostatic air filter effectively prevents micro-particles and dust from entering the appliance. Being cleaned of all those impurities, the air then flows over a set of Condenser coils. Condenser coils are covered with a food grade coating, to minimize interaction between water and the metals used for the cooling coils. Using these coils, allows the water to condense from a gas into a liquid.
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