Water Harvester - Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG)- stand alone system to wring water out of the air anywhere in the world! No matter whether you are in the north pole, in the grasslands or in the midst of Gobi Deseart, you will be able to tap water from the air. The tapped water is also desanitised and made safe for drinking. Water Harvester is designed for the water-constraint world as it could be expanded from an elevated area so you do not have to sacrifice cutting up of your crop land in order to build water harvesters. Self-contained power generation enabled to help be sited at remote areas where neither water source (river) nor electric grid is avaiable. Can also be adapted for remote agricultural activities far off from the cities.
Designed to be used as a stand-alone water generator, it is even possible to harvest water in areas that is known to have low humidity. The day time humidity of the Gobi Desert is about 35% and it increase to 50% at night. So it is viable to tap water from the air in the day time if the temperature is not too high and at night (early morning hours) when the temperature reaches 15 degrees Celcius.
This stand alone water harvester (AWG) is the answer to the water hungry world. It is especially useful in remote areas where there is little rain and no electricity available. Stand alone unit can be scaled up to cover a large area with little cost. Capable of supplying remote small towns with water for their everyday use. Also useful for agriculture activities far remote from urban centers where water is scarce. Especially good for dry land or region with no rainfall for prolong periods.
Scaled-up water harvestors must be the first to be instaled in any new development area as water is essential for any form of work. In the development of food security regions, the availability of water sources is the utmost of importance. However, it is often the rule that before anything can be done there must be a way to channel water to the region often by way of putting up pipings. But this is costly and before you can see these infrastructures put in place, a lot of planing needs to be done. Furthermore, it often put constraints to the existing water supply system. Met with dry weather, the whole planning system will have to go to the planning board again. Time will be lost. So it goes to be smart to first bring water to any project site before the work proper begins.
It is also a good practice to make installation of water harvester mandatory for newly built houses. By doing that you will have water and electricity on tap and it would also be easier for the town planners to better plan for any expansions. Further to that it would be a blessing if an underground reservoir be installed in every house just so that there will be available water in case of a breakdown of the municipal water treatment plant. Dry weather, which we will have to face more often due to global warming will not have to make us suffer as we will then have a larger capacity for our water treatment plant. Something like we save during the good times.