An accessory such as a watermaker is becoming increasingly popular even on smaller boats. If, in fact, on charter and cruising boats it is practically indispensable, now the small size also entices owners of smaller boats to install it. What’s more, it is useful for saving water in the boat during the water crisis we are experiencing.
Goodbye water crisis: with the desalinator you are independent!
To enjoy your boating vacation to the fullest, it is essential to have a watermaker. All the more so at this time when, due to drought and high temperatures, fresh water supplies (and more) are really at risk. By installing a desalinator we will be completely sustainable and self-sufficient in fresh water on board, without burdening ports and marinas. And contributing, albeit in a small way, to countering the water crisis.
So you save water and also energy
Much of the energy produced during the reverse osmosis process is recovered by Osmosea‘s desalinators, about 85 percent according to the Italian brand’s engineers. This means that it is enough to have batteries on board for services and there is no need to have an expensive power generator to run the desalinator. So even on a small boat a watermaker like the
, Osmosea’s smallest model, is perfect. It consumes on average 9-10 Ah and can produce 25-30 liters of fresh water per hour!
Here you will find Osmosea’s full range of desalinators and you can contact them for a one-click quote: just fill out the email form
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