Dewdrop – Asia’s First 3D-Printed Device That Produces Water From Air

Last Updated: 19 October, 2016
Dewdrop – Asia’s first 3D-printed device that produces water from air
Dewdrop – Asia’s first 3D-printed device that produces water from air

If you have the passion in the invention, then the possibilities are endless. A 22-year-old student from Hyderabad named Jawwad Patel has built Asia’s first 3D-printed apparatus which can produce water from the air.

And, the water is drinkable too.

Called the Dewdrop, the device absorbs moisture from the air to produce water. It is aided with UV filters to prevent the contamination of any toxic gas or chemicals present in the air. It applies Peltier effect.

The device can produce 1.8 liters of water in an hour which is incredible. The device is portable as well, so you can carry it along with you.

Dewdrop isn’t his first invention. He has previously created a smart helmet, which will not let you drive if you are drunk. He has been nominated for the National Youth Award 2015-16 and Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Excellence Award 2016.

Jawwad, being an inventor himself holding patents in the fields of Electronics, He owns his Personal Lab and a Website.

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