Shower on the boat when you want, without having to say “please use a little”. At the Milano Yachting Week – The digital boat show there is a product that solves the problem of fresh water on board for boats of any size, even small, sail or motor. You can find it at Osmosea’s stand.
Osmosea New 12
It is called Osmosea New 12 and it is an innovative desalinator that you can find here and it is enough to scroll through the technical characteristics to understand that the desalinator, once a privilege of big boats, today is within the reach of every boat, even without having to install a power generator, heavy, expensive, cumbersome, polluting.
On-board batteries are enough to have fresh water
You should immediately see how Osmosea has realized the new New 12 to realize how it works thanks to the patented system of pressure intensification, which allows an energy recovery up to 80%. In this way, power can be supplied directly from the batteries on board without installing new ones. And without a generator.
A small desalinator that produces lots of water
Another characteristic of the Osmosea New 12 that makes it unique is its size and weight. They range from the smallest model, the S25, which produces 25 liters per hour (660 per day!) and weighs only 24 kg. Among the seven models that reach up to 150 liters per hour (3,600 per day!) we recommend the S65 that weighs only 36 kg and provides 65 liters per hour (1560 per day).
Connect it to the on-board instrumentation
You can connect the Osmosea New 12 to the onboard display because it is compatible with the communication system that all electronic nautical instruments have, the NMEA 2000. But if you don’t need it, it already has its own simple control panel.
To learn more
Discover how Osemosea’s technicians have realized the new New 12, the only watermaker equipped with the patented energy recovery system, by visiting the product at the stand at Milano Yachting Week by clicking here:
You will also be able to talk directly with Osmosea’s experts via email or whatsapp and, maybe, go and see it live by booking an appointment.