A 2013 full of innovation for Tecnicomar

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A 2013 full of innovation for Tecnicomar

For 35 years, designs and builds Tecnicomar desalination and reverse osmosis water purifiers for marine and civil respond to the highest standards of quality and reliability.

The international dimension is achieved through experience, the technological standard of its products and a great attention to the needs of the market, served by a commercial network and international technical assistance, is the natural consequence of a commitment that sees today among the leading manufacturers industry worldwide. In the autumn boat shows Tecnicomar introduce three new products: the desalination Special Green Marine Reme, and the new treatment plant sewage and wastewater Eco Skid. The plants of the series Special Green are designed to respond to the growing demand for eco-sustainability in the marine industry through energy efficiency. It is a new generation of desalination plants characterised by a careful selection of components with high reliability and performance with a treatment capacity of 60 to 800 l / h. The new series Special Green (Sailor Special Compact) includes desalination reverse osmosis high production, 60% more with 35% less electricity, fully automatic, made of solid stainless steel also available in modular configurations, with separate components, and MD, on frame to “L”, for installation in small spaces. With the marine system advanced oxidation air Reme Mariner microorganisms can be reduced by 99%, as well as gases, volatile organic compounds, odours and particulate matter. A plasma oxidant is transported through the rooms for a continuous purification process and immediate elimination of odours and hazardous agents. Also perfect for removing unpleasant odours in the bilge and tanks with a treatment capacity of 13,000 m3 / h. Finally, a new member of the house is Tecnicomar ECO-skid, a new treatment plant sewage and wastewater. Thanks to the modular structure is applicable directly to the coffers of structural accumulation of black and gray water present on boats, without the need of an additional cash and with a treatment capacity from 2,300 to 50,000 litres / day.