water from air Articles

  • Our customers talk about the flavor of water from air

    "Does water really have a flavor?", you might ask. Oh YES, to many people it does! And some people are so picky about it, that they would only buy a certain brand of bottled water, and not others. We asked some of our customers to describe the flavor of water that was generated by one of Tsunami® atmospheric water ...


    By Tsunami Products, Inc.

  • EcoloBlue Emergency A.C.E. Container - Water From Air

    At EcoloBlue, we are trying to raise awareness about our All Contained Emergency (A.C.E. Container) solution in a 40ft container. It is a self contained, powered, water generation, and bottling system (600 to 1000 260ml pouches per hour) that provides up to 2,000 liters of pure drinking water daily from the Humidity in the Air. EcoloBlue’s A.C.E. Container is designed for solutions such as ...


    By EcoloBlue

  • GENAQ: Water from the air

    Do you know the working principle of GENAQ atmospheric generators? Its operation is similar to the rain process, that is, our generators extract water from the humidity of the air by condensation. We go one step beyond what nature generates in the form of rain making the water drinkable thanks to a specific water treatment, so that it is optimal for human consumption. All this procedure is ...


    By Genaq Technologies S.L.

  • Ion-Pair Conductivity Theory: Mixtures of Butanol with Various Non-Polar Liquids and Water

    In our previous paper [A. Dukhin and S. Parlia, J. Electrochem. Soc., 162, H1 (2015)] we suggested a theory that fits experimental data for mixtures of various alcohols with toluene within the full composition range. This theory is based on the general expression for ionic strength given by Aurbach [D. Aurbach and M. Dekker, Nonaqueous Electrochemistry (1999)]. In this paper we test if the ...


    By Dispersion Technology Inc.

  • Experimental study of the impacts of external disturbances on N2O emission from water to air

    To obtain a comprehensive understanding of nitrous oxide (N2O) emission from water to air, the impacts of external disturbances including wind, stirring and aeration on N2O emissions were investigated by continuously monitoring N2O concentration variations in water. The volumetric mass transfer coefficient of N2O from water to air ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Measuring enthalpy to calculate efficiency

    Summary This application note describes in detail how you can calculate the gain in efficiency of a direct exchange air conditioning system before and after treatment with the SRA. The physics underlying the method are explained. Introduction Air comprises gasses and water moisture. The gasses are mostly nitrogen (78%) and oxygen (21%). The amount of water ...


    By Power Knot LLC

  • Zeolite Molecular Sieves 5A Dessicant Catalyst

    The effective pore opening is 5 Angstrom, this is the calcium-exchanged form of the type A zeolite. The strong ionic forces of the divalent calcium cation make 5A an excellent choice for removing carbon dioxide,carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulphide and other weakly polar molecules.It is also used for the bulk separation of n-and i-paraffin hydrocarbons. Typical Applications: *Removal water and ...

  • This Machine Can Make Gallons of Fresh Drinking Water Right Out of Thin Air

    (CNN)Machines designed by a California-based team can produce, in some cases, up to 300 gallons of fresh drinking water a day by pulling it straight from the air. And the team just won a $1.5 million prize for it. ...


    By Island Sky Corporation

  • Nanostructured phospholipid membranes

    This review describes a simple high-throughput method for producing laterally nanostructured monolayer and bilayer films on planar surfaces based on the Langmuir-Blodgett transfer of a phase-separated phospholipid mixture from the air/water interface to a solid support. Applications of the patterned lipid films to spatially direct the adsorption of proteins and to demonstrate stereoselective ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Oxidation of Langmuir–Blodgett films of monounsaturated lipids studied by atomic force microscopy

    In this work, we studied the stability in time of Langmuir–Blodgett films of POPC and OPPC, two unsaturated phospholipids with similar chains, differing by the relative position of these chains on the glycerol backbone. These films, transferred from the air–water interface onto freshly cleaved mica, were characterised by Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) giving information on their topography at a ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Slurry Seal Coat Trucks

    What is slurry seal coat truck   Slurry Seal Coat Truck is a kind of road maintenance equipment developed by developed countries in Europe and America in the late 1980s, according to the needs of road maintenance and maintenance. Slurry Seal Coat Truck can be used to pour the durable asphalt mixture according to the surface texture of the old road surface, which can effectively close the ...

  • Sources of Particles in Cleanrooms

    Viable particles consists of bacteria, virus, fungal spores, molds, and yeast.  These are generally obtained from people, outside air, water, equipment, tools, excipients, and active ingredients. The objectives of environmentally controlled cleanrooms are to provide a contamination-free space to test or manufacturer contamination free products.  Nonetheless, contamination has a way of ...


    By Climet Instruments Company

  • Slurry Seal Coat Trucks

    What is slurry seal coat truck   Slurry Seal Coat Truck is a kind of road maintenance equipment developed by developed countries in Europe and America in the late 1980s, according to the needs of road maintenance and maintenance. Slurry Seal Coat Truck can be used to pour the durable asphalt mixture according to the surface texture of the old road surface, which can effectively close the ...

  • Aeration and Stripping

    Aeration in the treatment of water is a process that is used for either of two purposes: either to add oxygen (or possibly another gas) to water (adsorption) or to remove an unwanted gas from water (desorption or stripping). It follows that aeration is most likely to be encountered in the treatment of ground waters. Aeration can be carried out in a variety of ways. The most appropriate ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • How do those plants do that?

    It will come as no surprise to Ensia readers that nature has a lot of answers we could use to solve our most dire problems related to the environment. We’ve touched on the topic a number of times, from short notables to ...


    By Ensia

  • Reactor modeling in heterogeneous photocatalysis: toxicity and biodegradability assessment

    Photocatalysis employing titanium dioxide is a useful method to degrade a wide variety of organic and inorganic pollutants from water and air. However, the application of this advanced oxidation process at industrial scale requires the development of mathematical models to design and scale-up photocatalytic reactors. In the present work, intrinsic kinetic expressions previously obtained in a ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The reference environment: utilising exergy and anergy for buildings

    The utilisation of exergy and anergy concepts for low exergy system design extends the potential of performance optimisation of buildings. We propose a new perspective for buildings and their external environment. It recognises exergy as the utilisable potential that maintains comfort inside relative to outside ambient conditions. It considers environmental heat sources as a form of transiting ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • The effect of length of free-surface gated circular conduit on air-demand ratio and aeration efficiency

    Aeration is the process of bringing water and air into close contact in order to increase dissolved oxygen concentration. The concentration of dissolved oxygen is an important indicator of water quality because aquatic life lives on the dissolved oxygen in the water. The hydraulic structures can be accepted as the key components in increasing dissolved oxygen concentration because of the ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Desalination using spray tower and vapour compression refrigeration system

    A desalination system using a spray tower and Vapour Compression Refrigeration (VCR) system is proposed for obtaining fresh water from brackish water. In the spray tower, simultaneous heat and mass transfer take place between the brackish water and air, which results in the evaporation of the brackish water and humidification of the air. Fresh water is obtained from the humidified air by ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • DBPs in a chlorinated indoor swimming pool: occurrences and modeling

    Swimming pool water contains higher chlorine residual and is maintained at a higher temperature than tap water. It constitutes environments with high levels of disinfection byproducts (DBPs) in water and air due to continuous disinfection and constant organic loading from the bathers. Exposure to DBPs is inevitable for any bather or trainer while such exposure can have cancer and non-cancer ...


    By IWA Publishing

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