Overview of The
HumidaPure AirWater Business Model
HumidaPure AirWater Systems (AirWater), is developing a unique water-making module for multiple large and small scale applications (similar to the EcoloBlue system seen in the above video)
Our design objective is to convert humid airflows found in mainly coastal areas and the tropics - into fresh drinking and irrigation water. AirWater will develop and operate AirWater Harvesting Farms to provide farmers, golf courses, vineyards and water companies an alternative water source.
As the drought in the west continues, and lake levels decline, AirWater will likely play an important role in their future operations. As outlined in the above rendering, the process of making water is not complex and can be operated entirely with solar power. Atmospheric water-making is not rocket science, nor is it new, but it is perfect for any tropical island or coastal destination where the "Humidity Rich" airflows can be "Milked" for fresh drinking water.
AirWater intends to develop a single modular unit called its AirWater 5000 Module, which we believe will produce between 4,500 to 5,000 gallons of fresh water daily, depending on intake air humidity and temperatures. A rough conceptual design is shown below is currently being finalized for construction of initial prototype units.
Our AirWater 5000 Modules incorporate already proven equipment and are designed to allow for rapid production manufacturing to support our proposed growth. Our target market is mainly commercial
so we do not plan to sell single units to individual parties. We intend to place 8 or more units
within Water Harvesting Farms (WHF) as our client needs dictate.
Our modules are built on a 20' standard cube shipping container footprint, using cooling towers piped to condenser coils. They are stacked and bundled in 4-Module systems, complete with service platforms
as shown above, assembled onsite.
The principal stand-alone solar powered AirWater Harvesting Farm system shown in the conceptual rendering above is situated on less than one acre of land (221' x 170' = 37,570 SF or .86 acre). They will incorporate a total of 16 modules connected to a centralized water purification plant that can produce between 50,000 to 80,000 GPD gallons of fresh water daily. Actual volumes will vary by location, air intake humidity levels and temperatures.
As water shortages out west continue to increase, and lake levels decrease, we believe an AirWater
Harvesting Farm will become an important part of the future operations of many regional California and Hawaii small farmers, vineyards, and golf courses. Even local water companies within drought stricken regions. We will be able to scale up or down to meet almost any water need up to 500,000 GPD.
AirWater intends to provide a full service operation to end users. To offset the upfront out of pocket costs of potential clients, we hope to provide a complete leased service package, retaining ownership of the equipment, while operating their water plants under contract long-term.
Clean Water is the new gold - and AirWater itself will become a branded product that will be known as a truly alternate "Fresh Water" resource. We hope to also build one or more plants to bottle AirWater for retail sales, and disaster relief efforts by 2025. Stay tuned as we build out our network of water projects.