The Skywell 5TE is a revolutionary device that can to turn the surrounding air into fresh, clean drinking water. The Skywell is completely portable and can be wheeled to wherever it is required enabling users to create a new water supply whenever they need to, for example in a meeting room or at an event. All that is needed to install a Skywell unit is a power supply.
This patented technology works by taking in ambient air and collecting moisture through condensation, which is then filtered. The accumulated water goes through a seven-stage air and water filtration system, ultraviolet purification and ozone treatment to remove dust, airborne particles, bacteria and other impurities. Skywell’s built-in “Smart” monitoring system continuously monitors every drop of water dispensed to guarantee its purity and high quality.
Skywell is capable of producing 18liters of cold and hot filtered water per day. Not only does it replace the need for traditional water coolers that rely on filtered water being delivered on site, but it also reduces a company’s requirement for a kettle or electric hot water dispenser.
The Skywell also comes equipped with a customisable 8-inch interactive touchscreen that can be used as an effective branding tool as it can be programmed to display rolling adverts, logos or videos. It also runs the Skywell App, which encourages individuals to stay healthy and hydrated by allowing users to create a personal consumption profile, set daily water consumption goals and then track progress throughout the working day, week or month.
There are many benefits to having a Skywell in the office environment, the most significant being the impact it has upon corporate social responsibility. Skywell is an environmentally friendly alternative to bottle-fed dispensers or plastic bottles, removing the need for water deliveries or single-use bottles. A 100-person office using a traditional bottle-fed water cooler is likely to be responsible for the transport of at least 26 tonnes of water every year, this significantly impacts on an organisations carbon footprint. In the UK we consume 3 billion litres of bottled water a year, with the manufacture of a single one-litre PET bottle releasing the equivalent of 100g of CO2.