The portable desalinator (no need to install it) that produces 30 l/h of fresh water

Schenker Wiki
Schenker Wiki

It is called Wiki (a Hawaiian word made famous by the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, meaning “fast”) and it is the new portable watermaker that Italy’s Schenker Watermakers has designed and produced. What’s special about it is that no installation is needed to use it, just connect the pipes and fittings. Within minutes Wiki is ready to produce up to 30 liters of fresh water per hour.

How Wiki Works – The Portable Desalinator

Schenker Wiki - Carrying Bag
Schenker Wiki – Carrying Bag

With Schenker ‘s new portable desalinator, you can have fresh water on board any boat without having to install a bulky, heavy machine. Wiki is activated in just a few minutes, simply through quick-connect fittings. What’s more, you can choose to activate it only when you need it, for example, when you are stationary in a roadstead, and it is easily carried on and off the boat (or from boat to boat) with the bag provided. Think of the usefulness of this machinery on small boats, which do not physically have space to install a fixed watermaker, and do not have large freshwater needs on board. For these situations, Schenker’s Wiki is a brilliant solution.

The operation of the desalinator uses, as does Schenker’s entire line, the principle of reverse osmosis. To activate the hourly production of 30 liters of fresh water, there is no need to install the desalinator, just connect pipes from the sea surface to the boat’s tank, and it’s done in a few minutes. Wiki’spower supply (which in Hawaiian means precisely “quick,” “fast”) is 12V and consumption is less than 110 watts, thanks to the energy recovery of the system developed by Schenker. This ingenious solution is great for those who do not have space on their boat, or do not have the ability to make invasive installations, but it is also perfect as a backup watermaker on board any boat. Weighing 26 kg and measuring 71 x 31 x 22.8 cm, it comes with a convenient carrying bag.



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