Disaster Zone

Getting Water from Air

by Eric Holdeman / August 12, 2014

I have read about smaller operations that take and distill water from humid temperatures, but never anything on the size and scope of this venture. See: EcoloBlue 400,000 Liter/Day Atmospheric Water Generator Station

Imagine the size, complexity and cost of such an installation. But it looks to be the type of thing that is needed where water costs more money than oil.

Most disaster applications take and purify water. There are, however, much smaller tools that can do the same as above with a corresponding decrease in output.