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FCI Watermakers Neptune+ Ideal For Workboats & Platforms

Ship, workboat and platform crew don’t have time to micromanage onboard systems. That’s why FCI Watermakers’ commercial grade Neptune+ is the ideal solution for the daily water needs of these professionals. It reliably makes 1,275–9,500 gallons of fresh, pure water every day, without the commitment needed for constant monitoring and adjustments. The heart of the […]

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July 17, 2018

Watermaker Offers Installation Flexiblity

Even on large vessels, machinery spaces tend to be cramped and have reduced accessibility. Knowing this, FCI Watermakers offers its renowned high-efficiency Neptune+ Series in a convenient, modular configuration for a wide variety of flexible installations. It delivers 3,400–10,000 gallons of pure, fresh water every day. Refitting large framed or skid-mounted watermakers commonly requires cutting […]

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July 22, 2019

How To Choose A Marine Watermaker

Many manufactures guarantee the performance of their marine watermaker, but there are several upfront indicators that signal their claims may not hold water. Here’s what to look for as you shop for a dependable marine water maker. Open frame High-grade materials Non-proprietary parts Low RPM components Necessary parts and features are included Customized operation Solid […]

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February 27, 2018

Full-Featured Watermaker, At An Affordable Price

Too often, boat owners must compromise when shopping for a watermaker. Choices are either inexpensive but basic, manually operated models, or one with all the bells and whistles—and a cost to match. FCI Watermakers offers the Aquamiser+, a full-featured marine desalinator with a value-minded price that won’t break the bank. It’s perfect for cruising sailboats, […]

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February 1, 2018

Commissioning Your Marine Watermaker For Long-Haul Cruising

To annually commission your FCI marine water maker and prepare for the “long haul,” you should first check through the entire installation on the boat. Check the intake through-hull to make sure there are no obstructions. Make sure the seacock on the intake through-hull functions properly (that it opens and closes correctly).  This is often […]

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