Revolutionary Water Technologies 

Our ultra high technology water generation systems are able to extract water molecules from the air and through a proprietary, patented process, collect the water, which is then sanitized to remove bacteria and viruses or other pathogens.

Our systems can generate up to 2,500 gallons of clean drinking water per day and run off of solar power. Regions such as Africa, India, Asia, Central & South America are ideally suited for this type of solution as well as areas around the globe devastated by natural disasters that need access to continuous clean drinking water.

creating water out of thin air

US Commodities has the rights to distribute a revolutionary technology from its sister company, SkyWell Technologies, a science-bending device known as "The Oasis®”.


"The Oasis®” is a machine that creates water on a self-perpetuating basis without the need for the addition or extraction of water from any source but that of the air around us. The Oasis® is capable of generating over 2,500 gallons of water per day, even in what is typically considered dry or arid climates.

6,000 children (which translates to 1 child every 20 seconds) dies daily because they do not have access to clean drinking water. World Water Day (www.worldwaterday.org) which was initiated by the UN in 1993 as a way to raise awareness to the global dilemma of the need for consistent, clean drinking water. The Oasis® machine does just that and does so with consistent results.

Some Facts:


  • Today, 1 in 3 people – around 2.2 billion – live without safe drinking water. (WHO/UNICEF 2019)[1]


  • By 2050, up to 5.7 billion people could be living in areas where water is scarce for at least one month a year, creating unprecedented competition for water. (UNESCO 2018)[2]


  • Climate-resilient water supply and sanitation could save the lives of more than 360,000 infants every year. (UN 2018)[3]


If we limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, compared to 2°C, we could cut climate-induced water stress by up to 50%. (UN-Water 2019)[4]


[1] WHO/UNICEF (2019): Joint Monitoring Programme 2019 update report: Progress on household drinking water, sanitation and hygiene: https://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/publications/jmp-report-2019/en/

[2] UNESCO (2018), UN World Water Development Report 2018: Nature-based Solutions for Water: https://www.unwater.org/publications/world-water-development-report-2018/

[3] UN Secretary-General’s remarks on climate change, September 2018, New York: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/sg/statement/2018-09-10/secretary-generals-remarks-climate-change-delivered

[4] UN-Water (2019): Policy Brief on Climate Change and Water: https://www.unwater.org/publications/un-water-policy-brief-on-climate-change-and-water/