The power of falling water is commonly exploited by impeding its flow. From the early water wheels, to today's high efficiency turbines which drive electrical generators, the principle remains unchanged.
AirMaker exploits the same potential energy in water, by compressing air, without moving parts and without inhibiting flow.
AirMaker can be constructed without the significant costs and environmental and technical issues associated with having a mechanism in the water flow. It also eliminates the complexities of having to safely access, install, and maintain equipment below water level.
The air that is compressed can be used directly to:
The technology behind AirMaker is both proven and reliable. From its simplicity of operation, to its small carbon footprint, the advantages of AirMaker are numerous.