Waterex, Making Drinking Water from the Moisture in the Air

waterexThe Waterex, from company Librex Group, takes the moisture from the air in your place, removes it, runs it through a five stage filtration system and stores it as crystal clear drinking water. As it does this, it also filters the air, removing up to 90% of dust and airborne particles.

The tank has an 18liter capacity and when the machine is fully operational (it needs a couple of days to properly get running after the first installation), it produces up to a liter an hour, assuming of course, that your place is humid enough. It’s then able to dispense either hot or cold water, like a normal water cooler.

It’s very efficient, as the estimated cost-per-liter is $0.05.

I could make all sorts of jokes about some dude’s college dorm room’s horrible post-party stench molecules making their little way into the drinking water, but I wont. With an $820 price tag, presumably the owners of this machine will also have learned a thing or two about hygiene and such.

Then again, you never know. Story VIA BookOfJoe.

10 thoughts on “Waterex, Making Drinking Water from the Moisture in the Air”

  1. Hi,

    It seems a bit steep price wise. Also, if you want an air filter, then there are others on the market that claim a better clean up rate. My thought would be to get a mchine to do a job, and not a jack of all trades.

    Looking at just the water producing part, it looks like it does a good job (has the water been checked independently), but still seems expensive to me.

    Best wishes


  2. Hi I work with a trading group Xicom Systems Ltd in the UK and we have many major construction contacts both in Europe & UAE especially Dubai wher we feel we could sell the Waterex range.

    Please can you provide me with more information on becoming a reseller of these products in Europe & UAE.

    Kinds Regards

    Barry Ritchie
    +44 7787834439

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