FCI adds to dockside line

Nov 28, 2015 by Guest Writer

Utah-based FCI Watermakers has introduced a stand-alone version of its popular Dockside Treatment System (DTS). The DTS+Solo has a built-in pump, motor and membranes to purify up to 3,000 gallons of dock water per day. It can be mounted at deck level, independent of the watermaker.

For more information, visit www.fciwatermakers.com.

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