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Research Paper | Environmental Engineering | India | Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021
Outlet Water from Air - Condition or Refrigeration would be Pure Habitable Water after Simple Filtration - No Presence of Microbes or Existence of Harmful Minerals
Shyamsundar Kar, Anirudha Mukherjee
Abstract: Wastage of habitable water is a criminal offence nowadays in the world. We people of Asian continent are facing high humidity from the month of February to October. From industry to home air - conditioning and refrigeration are the essential home appliances now to get relive from extreme heat and humidity. Even we mostly suffer from the crisis of drinking water, knowingly or unconsciously we drainage hues amount of habitable water as daily basis. That scenario are seen in every city or town or rural in areas. By - product water of air - conditioning is purely habitable water which is produced by condensation of water molecules in atmosphere. According to increment of ambient temperature the maximum amount of water molecules can be absorbed in air. It comes out during condensation as of a part of AC machine technique. The water mainly comes out from air, so the condensed water is free of microbes or free of harmful heavy metals. Although it is a free of salt so it taste like distilled water. But it contains some of substance, like dust, carbon compounds and Sulphur compound due to air pollution. Applying some simple procedure of filtration, that water will be habitable which is free of microbes and harmful minerals like Arsenic, Bismuth, and Mercury etc. It would be safer, well - habitable water, and economically cheap and richer than sealed - bottle mineral water.
Keywords: condensation, compression, distillation, dew point
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021,
Pages: 735 - 738
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Shyamsundar Kar, Anirudha Mukherjee, "Outlet Water from Air - Condition or Refrigeration would be Pure Habitable Water after Simple Filtration - No Presence of Microbes or Existence of Harmful Minerals", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR21903110356, Volume 10 Issue 9, September 2021, 735 - 738
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