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Humidity is abundant!

Aquavolve would like to thank those of you that have written and questioned whether or not there is a sufficient amount of humidity in the air in order to make the Eole Water Making Systems work.  Both the residential unit, the Nerios, and the industrial unit, the WMS1000, can operate in a very arid environment but Marc Parent’s inventions operate best, and produce the most water possible, at 30% relative humidity and above.

Below please find two graphs that illustrate the annual average relative humidity for a selection of U.S. Cities as well as for major hubs across the African Continent.

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Roland Wahlgren (@atmoswater) January 23, 2015 at 12:08 am - Reply

    The water resource used by water-from-air machines is the water vapour in the air. Its availability is quantified by the water vapour density [grams of moisture per cubic metre of moist air]. Water vapour density is a function of air temperature, relative humidity, and air pressure. Looking at relative humidity alone is not meaningful. For example, during the winter in temperate climates, high relative humidity values are observed even though the air contains relatively small amounts of the resource we want, water vapour. – Roland Wahlgren, Atmoswater Research

    • Dan Konstanty January 25, 2015 at 5:15 am - Reply

      Thank you very much for your input Roland. Aquavolve tries to tailor the level of detail and complexity of our messaging to our audience. Thank you for adding to the quality and discussion of our blog.

      Sincerely,
      Aquavolve

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