HP Watermakers will revolutionize the way of drinking water at CYF

HP Watermakers will revolutionize the way of drinking water at CYF

HP Watermakers will revolutionize the way of drinking water at CYF


03/08/2022 - 11:10

Water is a fundamental good, and every day we understand more and more how important it is in our lifes. Yachts are certainly no exception; during long voyages especially, the availability of drinking water on board is a primary element for the quality of life of the owner, guests and crew. HP Watermakers is well aware of this and has founded an important part of its success on the production of fully automatic watermakers for yachts. It is constantly developing new solutions to expand and simplify the management of on-board watermakers.

Two new items will be presented at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2022 (6-11 September). Gianni Zucco, co-founder and sales manager of HP Watermakers, will explain how they work in the press conference on Thursday 8 September, at 10.30 at the company's stand.

No Problem Watermakers With Part.NET 2.0

HP Watermakers is the first company in the market to develop its own interface, called Part-NET, which is fully compatible with the on-board electronic systems of brands such as Raymarine, Garmin, Furuno, Simrad, B&G and Lowrance. Part-NET allows the user to control the entire desalination system - including pressure and all other operating parameters - from the plotter on the dashboard, or even from a smartphone when an internet connection is available, without any manual intervention required.

Part-NET 2.0 retains all the innovations of the previous model, but adds even more flexibility and functionality thanks to the customisation possibilities and the very intuitive graphic interface.

With MWT Basic Drinking Water From the Dock

There is never enough drinking water and, even when docked, having the equipment to treat the water supplied by the marinas may be advisable - this makes the water consumed on board safer.

At the Cannes Yachting Festival 2022, HP Watermakers will unveil the MWT BASIC unit, which has been specifically designed for the treatment of marina-supplied water (MWT stands for Marina Water Treatment). The units are equipped with a special membrane and a filtering system without the use of salt (as in softeners) to ensure a prompt supply of soft water on board, avoiding the problem of limescale that can leave marks on the washed surfaces and clog the on-board systems.



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