Working like a dehumidifier for sourcing potable water, the 'AQR' Air Water Collectors work by simply looking to the environment around them to provide users with fresh H2O. Requiring no electricity to operate, the device works by sucking in air from the environment and allowing the moisture that is present to be captured. This is then collected and used as drinking water to ensure that those in remote locations always have access to vital drinking water.
The drinking water device is reusable, sustainable and provides fresh drinking water that is free of contaminants to inhabitants of a village or town. The 'AQR' Air Water Collectors are the design work of Chung Li, Yeh Chun-ming, Cheng Kai-Chun and Lo Hung-Wei.
The 'AQR' Air Water Collectors Draw Fresh Water from the Air
1. Air Water Collectors - The 'AQR' Air Water Collectors draw fresh water from the air, providing a sustainable and reusable solution for accessing drinking water.
2. Dehumidifier Technology - The use of dehumidifier technology for sourcing potable water presents an innovative approach to addressing water scarcity in remote locations.
3. Non-electric Water Collection - The 'AQR' Air Water Collectors require no electricity to operate, showcasing the potential for non-electric solutions in water supply systems.
1. Environmental Technology - The use of 'AQR' Air Water Collectors highlights the potential for environmental technology in addressing global water scarcity challenges.
2. Sustainable Design - The design and development of reusable and sustainable water supply solutions, like the 'AQR' Air Water Collectors, offer opportunities for innovation in sustainable design.
3. Remote Water Access - The 'AQR' Air Water Collectors provide new possibilities for industries focused on providing access to clean drinking water in remote and underserved areas.