Bravo Markets Water Generation Machine

February 14, 2014

FEMA recognition has contributed to the company's marketing efforts

Bravo water generation Airwell 3000 FEMA Federal Emergency Management

Since October 2013, when Bravo Enterprises Ltd. received official recognition from the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the company has been actively marketing the AirWell 3000, its air-to-water commercial and industrial machine. The machine has a proprietary technology whereby its drive system can switch from one energy source to another, such as electricity to gas or diesel generators, for water generation with no additional cost.

The AirWell 3000 produces up to 11,000 liters of pure drinking water per day at a cost that ranges from $0.03 to $0.08 per gallon. In addition, there will be minimum need for infrastructure to use these machines. Pending orders for the sale of these machines will come from bottling companies that bottle soft drinks, juice and water, humanitarian and disaster relief organizations, real estate developers and governmental agencies.

Phil Esposito, chairman of the advisory board and former head coach and general manager of the New York Rangers, before becoming the co-founder of the Tampa Bay Lightning in 1992, is helping the company with the AirWell 3000 machines. Esposito's contacts are vast and his assistance in its marketing and distribution is greatly valued, according to the company. 

"The potential use of the AirWell 3000 is endless and the water from these machines makes the best ice," Esposito said.

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Bravo Enterprises

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