Fischer Panda UK caters for all boat sizes
Fischer Panda UK has developed a broad portfolio of watermakers with units available from Parker Group brands Sea Recovery, Village Marine and HRO.
The latest additions to the product line include the Sea Recovery Aqua Matic Dual Pass series and the high-capacity Aqua Matic XL, covering the requirements of owners of mid-size vessels up to super and megayachts.
“Our customers all want watermakers that are reliable, easy to maintain and operate and priced competitively,” said Chris Fower of Fischer Panda UK. “We prioritise all these factors while offering a range of technically-advanced systems to cater for different capacity requirements and a range of boat sizes, appealing to all markets.”
For Fischer Panda, watermakers with semi-automatic options are the most popular with the majority of boat owners while super and megayacht customers prefer completely automated functionality.
Sea Recovery’s Aqua Matic Dual Pass series uses reverse osmosis technology, combining the benefits of a standard watermaker with the capability to produce ultra-pure water from sea water or from any dockside freshwater source.
And the top-of-the-range Aqua Matic models are suitable for users looking for products that can operate independently and need minimal maintenance,
The Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper models and semi-automatic HRO (Horizon Reverse Osmosis) range of compact Seafari models are suitable for sailing yachts and motorboats and factory-fitted on Sunseeker and Fairline boats.
Village Marine systems are developed for 24/7 consumption and high levels of user operations.
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