GRANITE SHOALS, TX (KXAN/NBC) – A Texas man isn’t bothered by the drought affecting the entire nation due to his invention that can make water out of the air.
Terry LeBleu’s invention is called the Drought-Master, and it pulls moisture-laden air through the machine’s generator, condenses it and then exhausts the purified air.
“These make pure water,” said LeBleu. “The water never touches the ground. It is strictly straight out of the air. We have oceans of water in the air, in the sky. All you have to do is pull it out and condense it down.”
After the water is captured then it is filtered and becomes drinkable.
“It is ready on demand. It is good emergency water,” LeBleu explained.
The patented machine is now on the market and plugs into an electrical outlet. The machine produces 5 to 7 gallons of water a day.
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