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SMV Jaipuria Group and Israel’s Watergen collaborated to bring water-from-air technology to India

Both companies are working to solve India's problem with safe drinking water.

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Watergen, an Israeli company announced a strategic joint venture with SMV Jaipuria Group. The entities will introduce their Atmospheric Water Generators (AWG) product categories in India through this partnership, which create high quality, mineralized, safe-drinking water from ambient air anywhere. In addition, the companies shared their plans to open a manufacturing unit in India within a year of starting operations, in order to support the government’s ‘Make in India’ vision by expanding job opportunities.

SMV Jaipuria Group and Israel's Watergen collaborated to bring water-from-air technology to India
Watergen – GEN-M1 (1)

The company displayed its extensive Watergen product line, which included the GENNY, GEN-M1, GEN-M PRO, and GEN-L. The pricing of these products is expected to start at INR 2.5 lakhs, with capacities ranging from 30 to 6,000 litres per day. These products will be ideal for use in schools, hospitals, parks, resorts, construction sites, temporary localities, villages, residential buildings, homes, and offices, as well as any other location where drinking water is required. Its plug-and-play technology can be easily installed using either a standard electrical connection or alternative energy sources. Watergen eliminates the need for infrastructure, water transportation, and commuting traffic, reducing plastic waste and eliminating carbon-intensive water supply systems.

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The following are some of the highlights of the product:

The Watergen products are capable of creating water from the humidity in the air, providing an endless and completely free supply of water. Offering mineralized drinking water of superior quality. Creates a completely new drinking water source from the air around us, preserving natural water sources while also adding to the world’s water supply. The GENius heat exchanger is a patented heat exchanger that can be configured to any size and can meet a wide range of water production needs.

SMV Jaipuria Group and Israel's Watergen collaborated to bring water-from-air technology to India
Watergen – GEN-M PRO (1)
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The GENius technology from Watergen allows for the production of 5 litres of mineralized drinking water with 1 KWH in a wide range of climatic conditions, starting at 20% humidity. The products are environmentally friendly, as they reduce reliance on plastic water bottles, provide a 5-gallon solution, and eliminate the need for infrastructure, water transportation, and commuting traffic, saving on logistics and storage costs.

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Komila Singh
Komila Singhhttp://www.gadgetbridge.com
Komila is one of the most spirited tech writers at Gadget Bridge. Always up for a new challenge, she is an expert at dissecting technology and getting to its core. She loves to tinker with new mobile phones, tablets and headphones.

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