Healixa introduces Global Acquaduct®

Global Acquaduct®

Water Vaporability

Water vapor generally makes up about 1-2% of our atmosphere. That concentration is part of the continuous water cycle and is consistent over most land masses with a few exceptions (Earth’s poles and the tops of mountain ranges).

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How do mountains create water?

When atmospheric conditions are below the triple point of water (such as the Earth’s poles and tops of mountain ranges), most water vapor entering those conditions is trapped by changing into a solid (ice) which later melts into fresh water.

Global Acquaduct®

How do mountains create water?

When atmospheric conditions are below the triple point of water (such as the Earth’s poles and tops of mountain ranges), most water vapor entering those conditions is trapped by changing into a solid (ice) which later melts into fresh water.

What makes us different?

Healixa’s Global Aquaduct® invented Atmospheric Water Harvesting® (AWH®) which is NOT reliant on relative Humidity and operates completely green. AWH® is a game changing clean water technology providing 600L of potable water a day.

What makes us different?

Healixa’s Global Aquaduct® invented Atmospheric Water Harvesting® (AWH®) which is NOT reliant on relative Humidity and operates completely green. AWH® is a game changing clean water technology providing 600L of potable water a day.

We can now mimic that process almost anywhere with little energy using a small solar panel.

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How does (AWH®) Atmospheric Water Harvesting® work?

The same way the earth’s mountains work!

To harvest the unlimited water from the air, we need only look at the Earth’s poles, the Arctic and Antarctic, and tops of large mountain ranges, for example, the Alps, Himalayas, Andes, Rockies, etc.

The conditions in these regions are at temperatures below the triple point of water and thus phase change the water vapor directly into a solid (frost). The frost then melts and runs down from our mountain tops and glaciers into our lakes, oceans, and reservoirs.

Global Acquaduct® mimics this same process in an energy efficient way to create water almost anywhere (except for the places where the Earth does it better).

Global Acquaduct®

How does (AWH®) Atmospheric Water Harvesting® work?

The same way the earth’s mountains work!

To harvest the unlimited water from the air, we need only look at the Earth’s poles, the Arctic and Antarctic, and tops of large mountain ranges, for example, the Alps, Himalayas, Andes, Rockies, etc.

The conditions in these regions are at temperatures below the triple point of water and thus phase change the water vapor directly into a solid (frost). The frost then melts and runs down from our mountain tops and glaciers into our lakes, oceans, and reservoirs.

Global Acquaduct® mimics this same process in an energy efficient way to create water almost anywhere (except for the places where the Earth does it better).

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