Inventor Makes Water out of Air
Oct 28 - A French inventor has come up with a windmill that turns
thin air into water and says his creation could offer hope to
millions of people around the world who do not have enough water.
Producing Water from Wind Energy
reactor for collecting moisture from air has single
refrigeration circuit to cool evaporator and condense water
Inventor(s): PARENT MARC HUGUES NOEL
Classification: - international: B01D53/26; E03B3/28; F03D9/00;
B01D53/26; E03B3/00; F03D9/00; (IPC1-7): F03D9/00 -
European:B01D53/26D; E03B3/28; F03D9/00; F03D9/00D
Also published as: FR2833044
Cited documents: GB2117656 // EP0297200 // US2761292
-- The airborne
moisture collector consists of a thermodynamic reactor (1) driven
by a wind-powered motor which operates an inner cooling circuit.
The same circuit cools an evaporator (3) with forced air
circulation, condensing airborne water vapour entering the reactor
by the suction effect of a turbine (19), with the resulting water
channelled away to a storage tank (6) inside a supporting mast
(23). The wind-powered motor and cooling circuit form integral
parts of the thermodynamic reactor, with the cooling circuit
compressor driven by the wind-powered rotor blades (18). A
separate energy source continues the cooling/condensing operation
when the wind-powered motor is inoperable.
Machine for producing water from wind energy
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