Dutch Water Technology

Fresh water producing technologies


Fresh water producing technologies

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Making safe drinking water possible in impossible places

Today, more than 800 million people are living without access to a source of safe drinking water. Our purpose is to change that.

With fresh water, we grow our crops, cook our food, and nourish our bodies. Without it, we can’t survive. Even as we explore space, the first question about any planet is whether there is a presence of water. Here on earth, many of us take water for granted. Turn on the tap, and there it is, ready to drink, cook, bathe, do the laundry, or water the lawn.

Yet there are too many places where it’s not nearly so simple. Places where it takes hours to bring home a precious jug of water from a well, where water is contaminated, and often the carrier of deadly diseases. At Rainmaker, our purpose is to serve communities in need anywhere in the world, so that nobody goes thirsty.

Rainmaker builds two types of energy-efficient, fresh water-producing technologies:
1.    Air-to-Water, which harvests fresh water from the air
2.    Water-to-Water, which transforms seawater or polluted water into drinking water
The technology is both wind and solar powered, is deployable anywhere, and leaves no carbon traces. We also offer options for hybrid, grid and diesel-powered models. Our goal is to become a global leader in solving the worldwide water crisis. Simply put, we’re creating safe, drinking water where little or none exists.

Air-to-Water units are available in three standard sizes, producing 5,000, 10,000 or 20,000 litres of drinking water per unit per day. Water-to-Water units are also available in three standard sizes producing 37,500, 75,000 or 150,000 litres per unit per day. In the humanitarian sector, Rainmaker technology is suitable for communities of 200 to 30,000 people, depending on number of units deployed.


Joost Oosterling
Managing Director Europe
+31 23 558 9025 / + 31 20 808 4419 (ext. 204)
+31 621 575 837 (CELL)

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