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Rainman Desalination Debuts at METS 2014

Rainman-petrolRainman Desalination, an Australian designer and manufacturer of portable desalination systems has launched its range of fully portable, high flow water makers at METS 2014.

Ron Schroeder, director at Rainman Desalination, said “we are excited about our innovative approach to desalination. We have created a range of fully portable and self-contained watermakers, which can produce up to 140 litres of fresh water per hour. They are easy to use and require no installation. We are also looking forward to their international debut at METS 2014 and believe they will be as popular to consumers there as it has been in Australia so far.”

Unlike conventional desalinators, Rainman portable desalinators arrive ready to generate fresh water and can operate from the deck of your boat, similar to a portable electric generator.

Rainman portable watermakers are available in both electric and Honda 4 stroke petrol powered models. Place the unit on the deck of a vessel, place the feed water hose in the sea, start the motor, close the pressure valve and the Rainman watermaker will start to flow up to 140 litres of fresh water into the vessel’s deck fill.

The use of Honda and other industry leading components, such as General Pump stainless steel high-pressure pumps, Dow Filmtec reverse osmosis membranes and Jabsco lift pumps, ensures Rainman provides a reliable, fuel-efficient, and economical desalination, claim the manufacturers.

Rainman is light and compact meaning it can be easily stowed, or can be stored  ashore. Additionally, Rainman Desalination offers a range of products to be used with its portable desalination system, such as a pressure washer gun for cleaning exterior surfaces of your boat, replacement consumables and replacement parts to ensure your system lasts for years.

The Rainman system is also entered in to the prestigious DAME awards for product design at the METS 2014 trade show.