|Machine for transforming air into sweetish water (00:00:00 Ngày 28/04/2006)|
The machine produces water with a taste sweeter than that of running water or stream water. These samples of water had been tested at the Pasteur Institute, Ho Chi Minh city and the Centre of Analysis and Test services, with results as meeting the standard.
1Kw of electric power produces 4 litres of water. The machine takes humidity from outside air and transforms it into water, then the moisture-deprived air shall be refrigerated into cool air for recirculating in the room. So, this machine produces water and at the same time makes the air cool, this dual function only requires the same source of energy.
The working principle of this machine is as follows:
The air being refined when passing through air filters and anti-biotic UV rays in the machine, therefore it is cleaned from dust, pollen, sporophyte, fungi, bacillus and other micro substances. The moisture being solidified from exterior air on “food grade” equipment covered by string coils, retained in conserving basin and continuously ozonised for ensuring bacillus-free water. When necessary, the water is taken out, filtered through VOC carbon membrane and passed via the UV ray system for destroying bacillus. From here, the water is realy for use under two states: heated or refrigerated.
The filter for eliminating mixtures down to 5 microns, helps exclude all solid suspension particles from water.
The carbon filter eliminates organic and oxidised matters. The machine is equipped with tools for measuring pressure, indicates in - and out-pressure of filter columns (it is advised to change filter when the difference of pressure between two filter columns increases by 10 psi).
The shape of this machine is similar to water boiler and refrigerator in use at many places, but a bit larger. The machine is made in Korea according to US technology. There are 15 types of machines different on size and capacity, as per using conditions.
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