This desalinator produces 25 liters of fresh water per hour from on-board batteries alone

Reverse osmosis is the process behind the operation of the watermakers that an Italian company in Marsala produces. The name, Osmosea, recalls the very filtration technique that allows, for example, compact desalinators on small boats. From 24 liters/hour to more than 600 liters/hour-the range is really wide.

Integrates 100% with on-board instrumentation

Desalinator New 12 S Osmosea
Desalinator New 12 S Osmosea

The desalinators of
thanks to their compatibility with the NMEA 2000 protocol, communicate perfectly with any type of multifunction display on the on-board instrumentation, allowing the system to be viewed and controlled from there. In addition, the physical remote panel and touchscreen panel allow, depending on the model, control of all desalinator functions. Controls and info include Start and Stop (also automatic, with a programmable timer), water pressure, gallons produced, and salinity monitoring.

Produces 25 liters per hour and weighs less than 25 kg

The beauty of these reverse osmosis desalinators is that they operate completely without the aid of a power generator. Their operation relies solely on on-board batteries, because they are low-energy systems and additionally efficient because they recover about 85 percent of the energy produced. Because of this convenience, Osmosea ‘s systems are perfect for installation even on small boats without a generator. The smallest and lightest model is the
of the New12S ranges, which at 24 kilograms in weight can produce 25 liters per hour with a power consumption of just over 100 W. Also in the same range we find several models up to the
which produces 150 liters per hour with 60 kilograms of weight and a power consumption of 600 W.



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