丹佛斯收购了Sea Recovery，该公司为豪华快艇和巡航舰生产饮用水系统。此外，该公司还提供钻探设备和大型渔船。Sea Recovery公司的生产基地位于加利福尼亚，这里是»Nessie «脱盐和饮用水市场的竞争中心。
“我们或者可以自己建立一个WaterCube的自产自销，或者通过购买的方式达到推销，Sea Recovery公司被证实是目前脱盐系统市场进一步发展的完美平台，该公司选择了代售的方式。”RO解决方案高级主管Anders Valbjørn表示。
[COLOR=#708090]Danfoss has begun supplying drinking water to luxury boats by means of desalination
26 April 2007
First it was on land – now it‘s at sea. In 2006, Danfoss High-Pressure Systems, »Nessie,« introduced the WaterCube - a system which transforms salt water into clean drinking water in small households on land. Now »Nessie« has acquired one more share of the desalination system market, thanks to the purchase of a Californian-based company.
Danfoss has acquired a company called Sea Recovery, which produces drinking water systems for luxury yachts and cruise boats. In addition, the company supplies drilling rigs and large fishing boats. California, where Sea Recovery‘s production is based, will be the competence centre for »Nessie‘s« activities within the desalination and drinking water market.
"We could either have set up production ourselves and headed sales and distribution for the WaterCube, or we could have bought our way into it. Sea Recovery proved to be the perfect platform for further development of our current activities on the desalination system market and the company was for sale," says Anders Valbjørn, Senior Director, RO Solutions.
Sea Recovery produces more than 4,000 systems annually and the systems in its range are capable of supplying between 10,000 and 166,000 litres of water every day. With a water machine on board, yachts can carry greater volumes of fuel and there is no need to find room for large water tanks. Furthermore, the sailors always have clean water for doing the dishes and bathing. And when they set out on long voyages, they won‘t have to worry about polluted or contaminated water in the water tank.
Sea Recovery‘s extensive knowledge of desalination and reversed osmosis – transforming salt water into drinking water – will benefit »Nessie« because the company is about to develop the next generation of the WaterCube.
"Sea Recovery has a good technical understanding and we can utilise this knowledge when we are ready to integrate new elements in the WaterCube," says Anders Valbjørn.
he new version of the Danfoss WaterCube will be launched in 2007. [/COLOR]