Atmospheric water generation is water that was previously not naturally available in the common water pool. By using it, you take no one’s water. Addition of atmospheric


Today you probably have other water supply options. That water may be cheap and low-cost. But will it be there tomorrow? By adding atmospheric water, you safeguard against future water supply disruptions that may cause greater damage to your site than the cost of investing in us.


What is the value of clean water – and what are you willing to pay for it? Globally, most people consider groundwater a human right, but not necessarily a company right.

If you are running a business depending on good access to clean water at low cost – is the value of water higher?



Atmospheric water generation lowers outdoor relative air humidity a few notches, if at all. Nature strives for balance, and natural forces like wind, sunlight and diffusion will help restore all that humidity from the nearest sea or body of water.


Some critics say removal of air humidity is unnatural and harmful to nature. That is not true. Air continuously releases and absorbs humidity from its surroundings, and relative humidity can shift significantly for example between day and night.


To invest in atmospheric water is a way of hedging against an uncertain future. With atmospheric water, you will have access to clean water regardless what happens to other sources.

Consider the alternatives – is extraction of groundwater unnatural?

Atmospheric Water Generator 

The h2air 500l is designed to produce large quantities of clean drinking water, the machine is robust in construction. The frame is stainless steel and the enclosing panels are galvanized steel and sealed with a high-quality powder coating. The system has a smart control function that allows the user to dictate the exact conditions that the machine should run to accommodate different levels of demand. This is achieved by monitoring both relative humidity and ambient temperature. The machine is water resistant and requires a basic shelter over it. Solid lockable nylon wheels are fitted to the unit for location convenience.

Product: H²air 500 atmospheric water harvester 500L/24hours (25ºC,80%)

Application: Temperature range: 15-38°C Humidity range: 35%-95%.

SA’s water shortages

Gauteng facing water shortages 

Water shortages in Africa

Generating Water from Air

Water connects every aspect of life. Access to safe water and sanitation can quickly turn problems into potential – unlocking education, work opportunities, and improved health across the world.

Imagine water technology that can generate water from the air we breathe and at a fraction of the cost of buying bottled water. Imagine a water cooler that filters this water to provide healthy and pure drinking water.

Air 2 Water  

Air-to-water technology is the process of converting water vapour in the air (humidity) to water. Atmospheric water generators replicate this natural process of condensation by simulating the dew point, which allows it to make water continuously, even in low humidity conditions. The condenser transforms the vapour in the air from gas to a liquid (water) by continuously reaching the dew point with cool air. The primary issue of water scarcity is entirely different. 

A water purifier also generates clean drinking water but a lot of water gets wasted in the process. Atmospheric Water Generators are future-proof and future forward machines that create water from the air around us. Atmospheric water generators require no water rather it works like an air conditioner resulting in ‘0’ water wastage.

Well, I know what is hammering your thoughtful mind now; ‘Is vapour in the air unlimited? Well, yes.’ The system does not cause any imbalances in the atmosphere as all the removed water vapour is naturally replenished with water evaporated from the ocean and other water bodies.

The Earth’s atmosphere holds almost 13 trillion cubic meters of water and in some of the most arid areas AWG could be used for fresh drinkable water.

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