Marine

The brands Katadyn and Spectra bring decades of mobile desalination experience to the Katadyn Group Portfolio. Aside from classic marine desalination systems they also offer a vast range of land-based solutions, as well as manual desalinators for emergency purposes.

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The dependable water source - anytime, anywhere

Katadyn watermakers are built to last. Each one is tested to meet strict performance standards. They’re compact and simple to operate and with three models to choose from, you’ll easily find the best match for your anticipated usage.

Katadyn News

Katadyn BeFree wins ISPO GOLD AWARD 2017/2018, Jan 30, 2017
Katadyn BeFree wins ISPO GOLD AWARD 2017/2018, Jan 30, 2017

Play it safe on travels or trails: The ultralight BeFree Water Filter is suited (...)

Blackout -- Powerlessly in the dark, Dec 15, 2016
Blackout -- Powerlessly in the dark, Dec 15, 2016

What if a city, an entire region or even an entire country is without (...)

BeFree wins Runner's World Gear of the Year Award!, Nov 16, 2016
BeFree wins Runner's World Gear of the Year Award!, Nov 16, 2016

We are very proud that the US magazine Runner's World has put our Katadyn BeFree (...)

Spectra Watermakers

Spectra manufactures the finest quality, most efficient, quietest and easiest to use water makers in the world. You have a sizable investment in your yacht, so you want equipment that works reliably when you need it. With support from dealers in every part of the globe, you will never be left stranded.

Spectra News

Water via Desalination Barge after Cyclone Winston, Fiji, Jan 19, 2017
Water via Desalination Barge after Cyclone Winston, Fiji, Jan 19, 2017

We have been working with Sea Mercy, an NGO based in Fiji to provide desalinated water via a barge to isolated island communities.

Gaetano Mura's Solo Circumnavigation with PowerSurvivor 40E, Oct 17, 2016
Gaetano Mura's Solo Circumnavigation with PowerSurvivor 40E, Oct 17, 2016

We are proud to sponsor Italian sailor Gaetano Mura as he sails single-handedly non-stop, 25,000 nautical miles around the world.