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A/C water recycling refers to the process of collecting, treating, and reusing the condensate water that is generated by air conditioning systems. Instead of letting this water go to waste, it is captured and treated for various non-potable applications.

A/C water recycling is important for water conservation and environmental sustainability. It helps to reduce the strain on local water supplies by repurposing the condensate water that is typically discarded.

The amount of water generated by a home A/C system varies depending on factors like the climate, the size of the unit, and the humidity levels. On average, a residential A/C unit can produce around 5 to 20 gallons (19 to 76 liters) of condensate water per day.

Commercial A/C systems can vary widely in water production. Standard commercial units might produce around 100 to 200 gallons (379 to 757 liters) of condensate water per day. High-end commercial systems can even produce up to 20 gallons (76 liters) of condensate water per hour.

Home dehumidifiers are designed to remove excess moisture from indoor air. Depending on the unit's capacity and the humidity level, a typical home dehumidifier can produce around 0.5 to 3 gallons (2 to 11 liters) of water per day.

Commercial dehumidifiers vary in size and capacity. They can produce a significant amount of water, ranging from 10 to 12 gallons (38 to 45 liters) per hour.

To inquire about obtaining a license to use our patented technology for your company and initiate the process of receiving royalties, please contact us via email at contactus@futureacwatersystem.com. Our team will be glad to provide you with the necessary information and guide you through the licensing procedure.

Air conditioners remove moisture from the air as they cool it down. This moisture condenses into water droplets, forming condensate water. This water usually accumulates in a tray or a drain pan within the A/C unit.

Recycling A/C water offers several benefits, including water conservation, cost savings on water bills, reduced strain on local water resources, and potential applications for landscape irrigation and flushing toilets and more.

Yes, our A/C water system can be easily connected to any existing home or commercial filtration setup. This integration allows you to take advantage of our system's benefits while utilizing your current filtration infrastructure. Additionally, you may enjoy exclusive water bill deductions through this combined setup.

The amount of money you save on your water bill depends on several factors, including your location, the water rates charged by your city, and the amount of water your system receives. To provide a small example, if you have a single 3-ton AC unit producing 10 to 12 gallons of condensate water per day (approximately 360 gallons per month or 131,400 gallons per year), in a location like Florida, this could result in a reduction of $10 to $30 per month on your water bill. Remember, every dollar saved is like earning an extra dollar.

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