New Dealer Partnerships Greatly Expand European Market for Blue Water Desalination

Blue Water’s Reverse Osmosis Products Now Available in The Netherlands and Italy

We continue to expand our global reach through the appointment of two new dealers in Europe. Sales, installation and service of Blue Water Desalination watermakers, equipment and accessories can be performed in Italy by Technical Dream and in both The Netherlands and Belgium by BTST Marine Equipment.
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Blue Water Desalination Provides Endless Pure Water to NOAA Research Vessel

Blue Water Desalination Provides Endless Pure Water to NOAA Research Vessel

Legend LX for NOAABlue Water Desalination recently supplied a Legend LX watermaker for installation aboard the NOAA research vessel Gordon Gunter. The Legend LX is a fully automatic reverse osmosis desalination system and has a capacity of 3,200 Gallons per day. BWD’s engineers modified the standard LX to meet some unique requirements of the NOAA ship. These included the addition of a Pulsation Dampener to the high pressure pump and a membrane cleaning loop and tank.

About the Gordon Gunther
The NOAA Ship Gordon Gunter—a 224-foot, multi-use research vessel was originally built in 1989 as the U.S. Naval Ship Relentless, this ship was transferred to NOAA in 1993 and commissioned as the Gordon Gunter on August 28, 1998. (more…)

New Products and Processes from Professional BoatBuilder Magazine

Professional BoatBuilderThe April/May issue of Professional BoatBuilder magazine – while always being a good and highly informative read for all things innovative in boating – includes a call-out to our two newest water maker models: the Legend LX and Express XT. The following is from Professional BoatBuilder’s New Products and Processes Section:

Blue Water Desalination (Long Beach, CA) introduces the Legen LX and the Express XT fully automatic watermakers. The Legend LX, for megayachts and commercial applications up to 141 gallons per hour, features a 7″ full-color icon-driven touchscreen controller that continuously monitors system operation to maximize water production and quality. The Express XT, designed for small to mid-size yachts, features convenient one-touch operation with capacities of up to 33 gallons per hour. Both are available in compact and modular configurations.

Blue Water Watermakers Create the World’s Largest Watering Hole

Blue Water Desalination LegendThe Ship’s Systems feature of the latest issue of Marlin Magazine (March ’15) covers the brilliance of having an on board watermaker that uses reverse osmosis technology to turn salty sea water into pure potable water that is actually cleaner than most municipal and dock water supplies!

The World’s Largest Watering Hole

With a Watermaker, the Ocean Becomes a Limitless Supply of Freshwater

Once considered an extravagant option aboard a sport-fishing boat, watermakers are pretty much standard equipment today, with many boats even utilizing two units. Having a steady supply of potable water to shower, cook, live aboard and wash the boat with at the end of the day is a huge benefit. Converting salt water to fresh via the reverse-osmosis process gives you virtually mineral-free water, so it is far less damaging to topcoat finishes and Isinglass curtains than city or dock water. It’s also better for ice machines and the entire freshwater system. (more…)

World’s First Fully Automatic Large Yacht & Commercial Watermaker to Debut at MIBS

Miami International Boat ShowSmall to Mid-Size boats also to benefit from NEW Watermaker System Launch at Miami Show

Carson, California – Blue Water Desalination will introduce new benchmarks in modern watermaker technology to the marine marketplace during the 2015 Miami International Boat Show this week, at booth 1966. The Blue Water Legend LX series – the world’s first fully automatic Megayacht & Commercial grade watermaker, and the Blue Water Express XT watermakers for small to mid-size boats, will each demonstrate the company’s commitment to continually delivering next generation desalination innovations. (more…)