Navigator watermaker is CAN-bus enabled
The new Navigator watermaker from Dessalator can be used as an automatic one-touch system yet as with all the company’s watermakers, the automatic functions can be manually overridden if required.
The new product is CAN-bus enabled and will work with networked control systems. It is also integrated with Beneteau Group’s Sheiber yacht control system.
“The purest water, the highest outputs and the greatest reliability comes from constant flow high pressure watermakers,” explained Rod Boreham, MD of UK distributor Advance Yacht Systems.
“Up until now, these have all required a small amount of user input to adjust pressure.
“The demand for a solid water maker with high reliability and ease of operation for the demanding charter market prompted the creation of the Navigator series.”
He added: “Once the technology to operate the pressure regulator automatically was achieved, Dessalator developed this to allow the user to make a certain volume of water or to make water for a certain period of time.”
The latest company to choose Dessalator water makers is Clipper Ventures that has fitted the system to its fleet of round the world race yachts.
Dessalator are also the factory fitted option for many boat builders including Amel, Azimut, Beneteau, Discovery, Jeanneau, Lagoon, Nautitech, Oyster, Privilege, Southerly and X-Yachts.
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