GENAQ: Water from the air
Do you know the working principle of GENAQ atmospheric generators? Its operation is similar to the rain process, that is, our generators extract water from the humidity of the air by condensation. We go one step beyond what nature generates in the form of rain making the water drinkable thanks to a specific water treatment, so that it is optimal for human consumption.
GENAQ Water Quality: Invincible to Bacteria and Viruses
One of the main characteristics that make GENAQ’s atmospheric water generators superior is the quality of the water generated. Equally important is generating water as it is drinkable and suitable for human consumption.
Information Covid-19 | GENAQ KEYTER INTARCON
GENAQ KEYTER INTARCON has adopted all the necessary measures to protect the health and safety of our employees and our partners. Up to date we have not registered any trouble concerning the regular continuity of our activities in production chain or logistics coverage on European or extra European territories.
GENAQ participates in the First American Conference on Atmospheric Water Generation
GENAQ has participated, at February 7th, in the First American Conference on Atmospheric Water Generation in which our CEO, Carlos García, explained the technology of our generators which is a solution ready to be used, not in development.
GENAQ’s New Year’s Resolution
With 2020 quickly approaching, in GENAQ, we would like to share with you our New Year’s Resolution:
We commit to tireless strive for contributing to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
in plastic waste reduction by further developing our Atmospheric Water Generations
GENAQ brings its Water from Air Generators to the Big Five
The Big 5 is the largest and most influential building and construction show in the Middle East. Since 1979, the event has launched hundreds of thousands of products, it has facilitated partnerships, advanced knowledge, and industry best practices while serving as the gateway for international companies to access the Middle East market.
GENAQ collaborate in the Vocational Training of Emilio Canalejo High School
The Emilio Canalejo High School in Montilla (Córdoba) has developed its first Vocational Training days. It is an initiative directed mainly to the students of the center who study in electricity and electronics, but also to the professional sphere of air conditioning.
Making Water from the Lisbon Air in Web Summit 2019
GENAQ has attended the most awaited technology conference, the WebSummit, where it was generated water from the Lisbon air. GENAQ went to make its project known and encourage people to be aware of the plastic problem generated by bottled water.