I was reminded about water pseudo-science during a discussion today. If you are curious about terminology seen at some water-from-air system provider's websites---Pi Water, Alkaline Water, and so on, I recommend visiting Stephen Lower's website. He is a retired chemistry professor from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, Canada.
A site visitor contributed three useful new questions to the WFA FAQ page. Thank you!
Water-from-Air Potential analyses for eighteen selected cities are now available for download in the Knowledge Products section of this website. These analyses are machine and method independent. The reports can be used to evaluate whether or not water-from-air systems are practical for use at a site. I've quantified the water-from-air potential at each site with a relative index. An index of 1.00 means a water-from-air system will perform at its specified water production rating (specified at standard conditions of 26.7 C air temperature and 60% relative humidity). El Paso, Texas has an annual index of 0.46 while Miami, Florida has an annual index of 1.04.
I have been researching and developing drinking-water-from-air technologies since 1984. As a physical geographer, I strive to contribute an accurate, scientific point-of-view to the field.