Cirrus uses Atmospheric Water Generation Featured

Atmospheric Water Generation (AWG)

Through a process called atmospheric water generation, CWM produces an unlimited supply of high-quality drinking water by extracting moisture out of the atmosphere where there is always a supply of humidity. The technology harvests moisture from the air by drawing air into the water generator and cooling it, causing the natural moisture in the air to condense. The condensed water is collected and passed through an advanced filtration process that removes any impurities.



Climate Control System

To operate at optimal levels, the technology requires ambient humidity of at least 40% and a temperature of 18ºC. In places where the humidity or temperatures fall below optimal levels, CWM’s revolutionary Climate Control System is coupled to the water generator and uses recycled grey water or harvested rainwater to artificially create humidity in the air. This humidity is then re-condensed and passed through advanced filtration processes to give pristine drinking water.

Remote Telemetry

The availability of drinking water can be mission-critical to many businesses.
To ensure peace-of-mind, Cirrus Water Management provides remote telemetry to their clients, displaying water production, water stocks, machine productivity and up-time. Potential problems can be addressed as early as possible, thereby ensuring business continuity.

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