Thailand Company WaterMicronWorld International is Expanding Into Iran Retail Stores
WaterMicronWorld plans to bring Atmospheric Water Generators into Iran’s own retail stores with WaterMicronWorld International Technology.
Greater Metropolitan Area, Manila:
WaterMicronWorld has taken the initiative to bring Atmospheric Water Generators into Iran own retail franchise stores. “These retail franchise storefronts will serve two primary purposes, (1) in cities where tap water is questionable at the most we can provide a much safer and purer alternative along with convenience, (2) servicing our machines along with stocking parts and filters will allow us to handle customer needs or repairs in a much shorter period of time,” stated Tik Swanana in a recent interview.
“In Iran & the Middle East, because of its poor municipal water quality throughout the country and with many local businesses, condo or homeowners have been the first to take advantage of the convenience of making water in their own premises. No longer is the need to transport bottled drinking water, especially with high fuel cost, traffic, and the driving time to get pure, safe drinking water".
Atmospheric Water Generators - Water from Air Technology, extracts water from the air and converts it to pure and fresh drinking water. Atmospheric Water Generators are essential for everyone wanting pure and clean drinking water in these days without the threat of municipal contaminates, or transporting and storing expensive bottled water. No water source on this planet is as pure or abundant as water from our own air. Atmospheric water generators simply and reliably deliver safe drinking water from the air we breathe.
WaterMicronWorld International Atmospheric Water Generators household/office units extract water from the air from 15 to 30 liters per day, purer than any water source on the planet.
WaterMicronWorld International also manufactures large industrial Atmospheric Water Generators capable of producing 60,100,160, 200, 250, 500, 1500, 3,000, 5,000, 10,000 and 20,000 litres of water in a single day.
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