WaterMill: Drinking Water Out Of Thin Air!

Dan | Jan 06, 2021


The WaterMill is an elegant solution for providing pure drinking water, by literally condensing water vapour in the air into an internal chamber. According to the ElementFour website, the atmosphere contains between 4g and 25g of water per cubic metre. Of which, the WaterMill can convert between 10 and 40% of that water vapour into drinkable water.

Since water in the atmosphere is replenished by natural events, such as evaporation and plant transpiration (as well as respiration and perspiration from humans!!), the atmosphere is a continuous source of water vapour. The condenser can extract up to 12 litres of water per day, which is plenty of drinking water for a whole family.

The WaterMill is designed for residential use, to be installed outside the home. The green gadget is completely self-regulating, maintaining its own balance of energy consumption and water production. Theoretically, if the unit was solar-powered too, you’d have a completely free source of drinking water. I just wonder what protection is built in to protect against Legionnaires Disease typically associated with cooling units.

Source: ElementFour via Geekologie

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Dan is a well-experienced author who is interested in exploring new things related to eco-friendly gadgets and technologies. He never lets any latest technology go off his sight. Being passionate about contributing to the clean environment, he writes articles on the latest renewable gadgets and other energy-saving technologies. 

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