Pacific AirWell produces atmospheric water generators for household and office use, as well as commercial and community use.
The Model 2500 is for use in homes and offices with 4 to 6 people. It can produce up to 5 gallons/19 liters of pure water per day in a high humidity, high temperature environment, and stores 3.5 gallons/13 liters. It uses 550 watts of electricity. It uses environmentally friendly refrigerant r134a. It is 14.9 inches wide x 20.3 inches deep x 21.7 inches high (380mm wide x 515mm deep x 550mm high) and weighs 86 pounds (39 kilograms). A few examples of where these units can be used include homes, small to medium-sized offices and small shops.
The Pacific AirWell 100 and Pacific AirWell 400 are designed for outdoor commercial and community use.
The Pacific AirWell 100 can produce between 75 and 150 gallons/284 and 568 liters of pure water per day and has a storage capacity of 100 gallons/379 liters. Its sources of energy include waste oils such as cooking oils, petroleum products (up to 90W), crank case and gear oils and transmission and hydraulic fluids. It can also use propane, natural gas or diesel. The system power used for pumps and controls is 230V single phase. Its dimensions are 36 inches wide x 91 inches deep x 91 inches high (914mm wide x 2,311mm deep x 2311mm high). One unit weighs 1,500 pounds (682 kilograms).
The Pacific AirWell 400 can produce between 300 and 600 gallons/1,136 and 2,271 liters of pure water per day depending on temperature and humidity, and uses 25 kW of 3-phase electric system power. Its storage capacity is 480 gallons/1,817 liters of water. The size of the Pacific AirWell 400 is 92 inches wide x 181 inches deep x 91 inches high (2,337mm wide x 4,597mm deep x 2311mm high). One unit weighs 4,757 pounds (2,162 kilograms).
The Pacific AirWell 20K will produce approximately 20,000 gallons/75,000 liters of water per day and is electrically powered by 3-phase electricity. Stay tuned for more information on the capabilities and capacities of this system as our design progresses.
These atmospheric water generators present a viable solution in water-scarce communities, urban neighborhoods that lack drinking water, remote or mobile work stations (oil rigs, military bases, ships, etc.), hospitals, resorts, apartment buildings and humanitarian relief stations.