Black Man Invents Machine That Creates Clean Water From Moisture In The Air

It gives us great pleasure to write about this monumental achievement by Moses West, an African-American, from Texas. His invention of a machine that produces clean water from the moisture in the atmosphere is more evidence of the ingenuity of the Black man.

Moses West, in 2015, invented the machine to solve the world’s water crisis. He founded the Atmospheric Water Generator Contracting LLC. He is a retired ranger and is concerned about the fact that America and indeed the world is running out of clean drinking water.

West amplified his knowledge of the basic science of condensation, to arrive at the magnificent invention. The machine creates water by the same technique which causes beads of sweat to gather on glass or moisture to form when a person breathes on a window.

The AWG machine collects and traps water (H2O Molecules) from the atmosphere and then replicates the natural procedures for moisture condensation, using the water vapor from the humidity in the air.

After the water is collected in the tank, it is passed through a water filtration system and is then immediately ready for the consumers to drink it.

In the recent past, Moses West has deployed his machine to assist the communities in Flint, Michigan, and also a greater part of the hurricane-Austin ravaged areas of Puerto Rico.

This year, Hurricane Dorian dealt a heavy blow to the people of the Bahamas. Black celebrities and many other organizations and personalities donated relief materials to alleviate the suffering of the people of the Bahamas.

Reports and facts on the ground show that the suffering and lack of social amenities of the people of the Bahamas are yet to be over as they still lack water, electricity and adequate housing. Moses west has stepped in to help the people of the Bahamas with clean drinking water, with some of his AWG machines.

In a statement to CNN affiliate KXAN, Moses West said that “This is a long-term recovery for the people there, and one of the stresses that they do not need to have is a lack of clean water… One well-functioning machine can produce about 1,200 gallons of water a day which can serve about 2,000 people with clean drinking water. The more humidity in the air, the more water is produced inside the ‘shipping container-size device.”

Experts have said that West’s AWG machine would do fantastically well in the Bahamas because of the tropical climate. West said that “It’s like an endless source of water, it’s a water generator,” which will be able to produce more than the 1,200 gallons a day produced in Flint.

Currently, West’s clean water machines are financed by a non-profit organization, called ‘Water Rescue Foundation’. The foundation does a lot of work in providing clean accessible water to people who are in need of it, at no cost whatsoever.

West’s invention and compassion towards the plights of humans around the world around him is clear evidence of the ingenuity and humanity of the Black man. He stands in line behind many Black men and women like him, who have blessed the world with their science, technology, gifts, and minds.

We hope that his invention gets the deserved attention it needs and more importantly gets to be used by nations around the world to solve their water crisis. African nations that suffer drought should look to West’s clean water machines to provide drinking water for their people.

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