Fresh water without a generator, even on small boats!


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Osmosea / New 12

Having a watermaker on board is very important for anyone who goes to sea. Often, however, small boats, the best-selling boats on the market, are unlikely to have one installed on board, all the more so if they do not already have a generator mounted. Thanks to technological development in recent years, today the watermaker is no longer a superyacht “luxury.”


Service batteries are enough

For some years now, Osmosea has been producing desalinators that run on service batteries, which are already mounted on board. The operation of these desalinators, using reverse osmosis, allows much of the energy used to be recovered, resulting in energy savings of about 80 percent. Even small boats that do not have a generator, therefore, can afford to install a watermaker! The lightest and smallest model, New 12 S, can produce as much as 25 liters/hour of fresh water, about 600 liters per day. For those with different boats, and needs, you can reach an hourly production of even 300 liters with an all-too-small size, but of course the weight (and electricity consumption) go up.

Ultra-simple operation

All desalinators manufactured by Osmosea are compatible with the NMEA 2000 protocol , found in the on-board electronics systems of all boats. However, if you do not want to go through the central system, Osmosea’s systems are equipped with a remote control panel with touchscreen controls. Through the control you can control system on/off, hourly production, and set automatic start/stop times.

Come and find out at Milan Yachting Week

If you are interested in Osmosea’s watermakers, clicking here will allow you to visit the company’s booth at Milan Yachting Week. You will find all the technical details regarding these products and you can contact Osmosea simply by filling out the email form.



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