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Texas Inventor Brings Atmospheric Water Generators to Flint, Michigan and Other Communities in Need

Profoundly useful inventions having to do with the use or production of water are a common topic that catches the eye. Reports of water-fueled devices are often interesting, as are devices capable of cleaning water. However, it’s not often that we hear about devices capable of producing water. Recently, it was reported that a Texas man created a machine that is capable of extracting water from nothing more than the moisture in the air.  Moses West, 59, a retired Army officer pioneered something known as an atmospheric water generator (AWG) in 2015. It cools humid air until the vapor in it condenses into a liquid. Once the proper amount of condensation has been collected, the device filters it, leaving behind clean, perfectly drinkable water.  Read more.....



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