Creating drinking water from air


The company’s large-scale generator can produce up to 5,000 liters of clean water every day.

The Watergen, an Israeli company developed a groundbreaking technology that can create fresh drinking-quality water from nothing but plain air and introduced a series of water-from-air generators to the market. At the heart of the Watergen breakthrough is the revolutionary GENius heat-exchange technology, a game-changer that turns air into pure drinking water.

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The company produced its water-from-air generators in three sizes to support a wide range of applications, from the central water supply for a town or village, to clean water for homes and offices, depending on the specific water needs.

The Watergen company’s large-scale generator can produce up to 5,000 liters of clean water every day, requiring no infrastructure other than a standard electricity supply.

Its medium-scale generator can produce up to 900 liters of clean water every day. The “Genny,” a plug-in home or office generator, can produce up to 27 liters per day. The latest of the series is a solar-powered version of its at-home water generator Genny and the generator, which runs on solar energy and is suitable for more remote locations such as rural villages and centers, where electricity access can be unstable and unreliable.

The Watergen, that has consumers from all around the world and won several Innovation and excellence awards, is planning to build manufacturing facilities in Vietnam, India, China, Brazil, Hungary, and Ukraine amid the growing demand, in addition to its three existing manufacturing facilities in Israel and the United States.

How does the system work?

First, Watergen’s built-in blower draws air from the atmosphere into the system’s atmospheric water generator. There, an internal filter cleanses the air by removing dust and dirt. Once clean, the air is directed through the GENius heat exchange and cooling process and condensed into water.

How Watergens Atmospheric Water Generator Works

The water is then filtered again to remove impurities and add minerals, resulting in fresh drinking-quality water. Once produced, the water is continuously circulated in a built-in reservoir to preserve its freshness.