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Fresh Water Made With The Touch Of A Finger

by: Martin Flory Group,

Max-Q+APC and Max-Q+ are available in two configurations.
Photo by Martin Flory Group
(Mar 21, 2015 - West Valley, UT) Being days or weeks from the nearest source of potable water isn't a concern for boat owners with an FCI Watermakers desalinization unit. The company's reliable and highly-efficient Max-Q+ line produces up to 1,850 gallons of pure, fresh water every day with a simple touch of a finger.

The innovative Max-Q+APC (automated pressure control) is the most advanced, convenient watermaker in the marketplace. Extremely quiet and fully automatic, the system will start, make water, run diagnostics, shut down, fresh water flush and come back online.

For those who prefer a more hands-on approach, the Max-Q+ can be purchased without automated pressure control. It has all the same time-saving features and benefits as the APC model, but requires manual adjustment of the high pressure valve.

Both versions are easily controlled using the intuitive 7" touch screen and FCI Watermakers' next-generation V4 control system. The instinctive interface provides a one-touch approach to operation. Users can customize, monitor and set a high-level overview. Both the 7" and optional 4.3" marine-certified remote screens are built to withstand the most extreme engine room temperatures.

Both Max-Q+APC and Max-Q+ are available in two configurations. The popular framed version is completely self-contained and has a small footprint. The modular variant is versatile in how it can be installed, which is especially useful where space is at a premium. All have a moderate power draw and are highly-adaptable to voltage.

Every state-of-the-art Max-Q+ and Max-Q+APC reverse osmosis water-making system is engineered and built by FCI Watermakers in the US. The company uses only quality, non-proprietary parts and manufactures to the marine industry's highest standards. No other watermaker offers as many certification marks, including ABS, CE, GL Lloyd's Register EMEA, Det Norske Veritas and Russian Maritime Register of Shipping.

Buyers can choose from models that make 700, 1,275 or 1,850 gallons per day. The Max-Q+ line of watermakers start at around $8,000.

For over 30 years, family-owned FCI Watermakers has produced reliable and highly-efficient desalinization solutions that make from 200 to over 260,000 gallons per day. Its units provide fresh, purified water to recreational, commercial and military vessels, as well as oil rigs, islands and resorts. The company is known worldwide for its standards of high quality, reputation for dependability, and customer and product support.

Contact FCI Watermakers, 3782 W 2340 S "E", West Valley, UT 84120. 801-906-8840 or toll-free in the US 800-850-0123.