GENAQ: Assured supply and no logistics for remote locations

30 March, 2021


Drinking water distribution in remote locations present a challenge: logistics. The distance between water resources and remote locations is always excessive. It makes transport of this essential good to the remote areas too expensive.

For this reason, water supply is not always assured, and people living in remote locations might face difficulties to get access to a source of water. Water is a basic good, necessary for human beings’ survival, therefore access to drinking water is so essential.

Thanks to GENAQ atmospheric generators, the problem of logistics and assured supply in remote locations is fully solved. This is the case of oil rigs, refineries, petrochemical plants, mines, oil vessels or places under construction, among others.

Our atmospheric water generators are present in more than 35 countries around the world. They are efficient, environmentally friendly, portable and do not require previous installation. Moreover, Generators are constantly connected and their performance is measured in a climate chamber, as well as audited and certified. This allows us to meet the highest standards for drinking water quality.

Thanks to its reinforced structure and easy transport, water supply is always assured, avoiding challenges related to logistics (transport of bottled water or the use of tanker trucks). In addition to these, we offer an on-site solution, so there is no need of logistics or risk of suffering supply cuts since water is available at any time.

Check here our Cumulus range, specilly designed for emergency situations.

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