The machine that turns air into water.
The Kumulus project was born from a Franco-Tunisian startup. The idea is to provide machines that produce clean drinking water in remote areas around the world. How? By capturing the moisture from the air and turning it into potable water. In fact, the atmosphere generally contains six times more water than all the rivers in the world.
The challenge was to design a shell that covers all the complexity and rigidity of the metal structure and the various raw components of the machine, which weighs around 60 kilograms, to facilitate its transport and installation. Kumulus produces 30 liters of clean drinking water each day and can be connected to electrical grids or solar panels, as well as equipped with GPS and 4G connectivity for remote information processing. This machine is intended to enable communities to live independently by having their own source of drinking water.