Announcing AquaDuct Atmospheric Water Harvesting
Healixa's clean water technology can harvest potable water directly from the atmosphere almost anywhere on earth with minimal energy using solar power
Approximately 10% of the global population, or nearly 771 million people, lack access to safe water sources, according to global non-profit organization Water.org
Healixa (OTC:EMOR) Inc said it is fortifying international IP protections ahead of the commercial launch of its Global AquaDuct Atmospheric Water Harvesting product.
The company announced the completion of the national application filing phase, in accordance with the Patent Cooperation Treaty, for patent coverage in 132 countries.
"As our team prepares for the upcoming commercial launch of our Global AquaDuct water harvesting device, we are ensuring we have robust patent protections in place, and with the final phase of the PCT process now complete, we are one step closer to securing patent coverage in 132 countries globally," Ian Parker, CEO of Healixa (OTC:EMOR) said in a statement.
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Healixa's clean water technology can harvest potable water directly from the atmosphere almost anywhere on earth with minimal energy using solar power.
AWH is not reliant on relative humidity and can be operated sustainably to provide several hundreds of liters of potable water a day with a Global AquaDuct unit, according to Healixa.
Approximately 10% of the global population, or nearly 771 million people, lack access to safe water sources, according to global non-profit organization Water.org.
CEO Parker called the Global AquaDuct unit an “ideal solution for the global water crisis.”
He said the company expects each Global AquaDuct unit to produce 200 liters of potable water with zero carbon operating footprint, using just 5kW of power a day.
“These extremely attractive characteristics of the device are key drivers behind our rapidly growing pipeline of indications of interest, which now stand at more than $75 million,” Parker said.
“Given the growing global interest in the units, we strived to secure the broadest possible patent protection."
New York City-based Healixa is a technology company focusing on building and acquiring innovative and disruptive technologies in the health-tech, clean water generation and green-tech industries.
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