Residential Solution

WHY DEWSTAND?

HIGHEST QUALITY DRINKING WATER GENERATION

Free from arsenics, toxins, chlorine, chemicals, plastic & pesticides. 

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PLUG-IN SOLUTION, NO WATER CONNECTION NEEDED

A completely independent source of water, unsuspended water supply at all times even during Pandemics and natural disasters.

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EASY SETUP, PLACE ANYWHERE

Just roll in, place and enjoy.

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COLD OR HOT WATER DISPENSER

Adjustable hot & cold temperatures according to one’s preference.

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INNOVATIVE PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY

No other technology has a more advanced purification process.

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AIR PURIFIER

Ongoing air purification, eliminating any air pollutants.

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ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

Reduces waist product and Carbon footprint , Ozone friendly.

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MINIMAL DO-IT-YOURSELF MAINTENANCE

Requires very little yearly  maintenance.

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APP SUPPORT FOR PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE

Designed for the convenience of DewStand owners.

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DEWSTAND A TECHNOLOGY

The DewStand provides the highest quality of water, eliminating any concerns of lead from aging and corroded water pipes and the dependency on plastic jugs.

Independently generating up to 8 gallons/day of water from air, the DewStand is a more cost effective, efficient and sustainable solution than bottled or water dispenser solutions.

The DewStand technology, purifies water to perfection using an advanced multi-step purification process to create the purest drinking water possible. This includes an anti-static air filtration, a water-dust filtration, a sequence of U.V. sterilization, a series of sediment and carbon filtration, reverse osmosis & TCR. The DewStand water exceeds the World Organization (WHO) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Standards.

Recognized by industry experts:

  • Best hot and cold water dispenser in USA
  • The Best drinking water dispensers in Canada
  • Best Drinking water dispenser solutions in UAE

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TUTORIAL VIDEOS FOR DEWSTAND A

KNOW WHAT'S IN YOUR DRINKING WATER

  • Individual plastic bottles
    According to a study conducted by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), 18% of the 173 bottled water companies surveyed refused to supply the study with information on where the water comes from. Bottled water companies are not required under law to disclose their specific source or what contaminants may be in that water.While bottled water is often depicted as being higher quality than tap water, the fact is that in many instances bottled water is glorified tap water. While some manufacturers put their water through additional filtering before bottling it, many do not and simply charge for the packaging. Thus, even though it is likely the same water as what comes out of the tap at home, you may be paying thousands of times more for the same product when you buy bottled water.
  • 5 Gallons jugs delivered by trucks
    When the bottles are delivered to the consumer, airborne particles including hair, dust, and dead skin start to accumulate on the exterior of the plastic bottle. These contaminants could remain present on the bottle neck and thereby allowing them to enter the water and creating an extremely hospitable environment for bacteria and pathogen growth. In addition of course to the risk of continuous plastic leach that is harmful to the human body.
  • Filtered tap water at your work or home
    These systems typically cannot remove any smaller chemicals that have dissolved in the water, they can only reduce particles—such as sand, small rocks, rust, and lead from old city pipes. So, this type of system may be fraught with contamination. The state of our public works infrastructure has slowly declined over the past several decades due to neglect. Without replacements, pipes corrode over time causing water escapement and rust exposure.
  • Unfiltered tap water
    Municipal pipes can contain particles such as sand, small rocks, rust, lead, pesticides, in addition to chemicals and other contaminants.While municipal water is usually contaminated when it exists as source water before treatment has occurred, it’s possible for contamination to occur within the distribution system, which takes place after the water has been treated.The many different contaminants that can affect municipal water include natural minerals and chemicals, pesticides, fertilizers, wastewater releases, sewer overflows, various manufacturing processes. If there are too many contaminants within the water when you drink it, you could be at a higher risk of developing serious health conditions.