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Atmospheric Water Generator

Discussion in 'Sponsor Showcase' started by redflare, May 27, 2009.

  1. redflare


    Jan 26, 2007
    We are very excited to announce our partnership with DewPointe inc. - maker of Atmospheric Water Generators!

    Now you can literally make water out of air, thus ensuring an inexhaustible supply of water for all of your survival needs.

    Please feel free to post here if you have any questions and we will do our best to provide you with answers.

    Click here to read full description of this great product.


    Why purchase a DewPointe
    The DewPointe Advantage
    * The DewPointe produces a never-ending supply of the purest possible
    water from air.
    * The DewPointe makes an average of 2-4 gallons of 99.99% pure water
    each and every day.
    * No more back injuries lifting 50 pounds of water in 5-gallon plastic
    containers and no more spilled water.
    * No more trips to the market for purified or filtered water.
    * No complicated or expensive water filtration systems attached to the sink.
    * Instant hot or cold water on demand.
    * The DewPointe is lightweight, dependable, cost-effective and energy-

    5 Stage Filter System:
    Electrostatic Filter
    Post Carbon Block Filter
    Ultra Violet 11w UV.

    Water Making Capacity:
    .5 - 6 gallons per day depending on
    temperature and humidityThe DewPointe™ can run on solar power or other energy source if the power system has an adapter to convert from DC to AC (the DewPointe™ runs on AC). Bear in mind that the unit is gravity-fed so that all the water inthe unit can be accessed in the event of a power failure... (read more)
  2. Big Bird

    Big Bird NRA Life Member

    Aug 7, 2003
    Louisville KY
    Hey...I have something like that in my basement. Its called a dehumidifier!

  3. redflare


    Jan 26, 2007
    There were some questions about water making capacity of this unit and the necessity of filters.

    Regarding the water production capacity, I apologize for the confusion. Water production is variable as it depends on temperature and humidity factors. I think it is sufficient to say that the DewPointe™ AD6 makes an average of about 2 gallons a day. Currently the units in our offices here on the temperate California Central Coast produce about 2 gallons a day. At the least, it may only produce a 1/2 gallon a day in drier, cooler climates. Conversely, it could make up to 6 gallons a day in hot, humid climates such as the Philippines or Hawaii where we presently have units running.

    Regarding the filters: In essence, an electrostatic filter would probably suffice to eliminate dust, allergens, and micro-fine particles that may be in the air. However, we wanted to go above and beyond what is necessary to ensure the absolute purest drinking water, especially if consumers opt to connect the DewPointe™ to an auxiliary water source. Additionally, water can leech chemicals from any surfaces it comes into contact with, which is why we use a FDA-approved food-grade coating on the condensing coils and either stainless steel or medically-approved inert plastic holding tanks. The UV filters and proprietary recirculation system ensure that there is no possibility of bacterial growth. Dehumidifiers are not equipped with any of these features or functions. I would not recommend to anyone to drink the water collected from a dehumidifier, considering the possible pollutants, bacteria, or chemicals that may be present in the tank's stagnant water.
  4. redflare


    Jan 26, 2007