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Southern California-based Blue Water Desalination (BWD) has unveiled the ClearMate Mobile (CM2) portable dock water filtration system.

The CM2 mobile series, which debuted at the Miami Yacht Show, is a compact, portable reverse osmosis filtration system that turns dock water into ultra-pure spot-free water.

Designed for ease of use at docks around the world, the CM2 offers a simple, mobile solution for yachts, including spot-free rinse water, a mechanical flow meter to track processed water, automatic operation, and up to 99 percent rejection of total dissolved solids.

The unit comes in an NMEA 4X waterproof and flame retardant enclosure with wheels and handles, and it can be fed off of dock water or an existing seawater desalination system.

For more details, visit BlueWaterDesalination.com.

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