In an EMERGENCY there likely won't be any battery to power an electric Watermaker, so only a MANUAL one will work. These sell for around $2,200 new, but as these were in storage for many years, you can get one for less than $400.
LIMITED SUPPLY - we only have few of these left, and may not be able to get more.
Sold AS IS, NO RETURNS Accepted.
Comes with 100g of Biocide and cleaning instructions which most sellers don't include.
Katadyn's SURVIVOR is Made for Emergency Life Raft use Without the Need of Electricity. This Desalinator has a Water Making Output of Approximately 1.2 Gallons of Water Per Hour. It is Made for Liferaft and Marine use to Convert Ocean Sea Water to Safe Drinking Water. A Survival Must for All Ocean Boat Emergency Kits. Each Unit has Been Made to Tough U.S. Military and Coast Guard Specifications
Please note that while these are NEW, because of the long time in storage, they may require a new filter and/or new hoses. Hoses may be yellowed due to long storage. Both are available from Katadyne and other dealers.However we've sold DOZENS of these and no one ever complaint about getting a defective one.
Features & Specifications:
Water Production (+/- 15%): 1.2 Gallons / Hour (4.5 Liters / Hour)
Height: 5.5" (55.9 cm)
Length: 22" (20.3 cm)
Width: 3.5" (8.9 cm)
Water Temperature: 33° to 120°F (1 C to 48.5 C)
Salt Rejection: 98.4% Average (95.3% Minimum)
Average Pump Rate: 30 Strokes / Minute
US Coast Guard Approval Number: 160.058/6/0
Unused / NOS (New Old Stock)
Service May Be Required (i.e. Biocide Treatments, Membrane Replacement)
Actual Net Weight: 7 lbs.
Or you can buy a brand new Katadyn Survivor Here:
The Survivor-35 is capable of providing emergency water for up to 6 people in a multi-person liferaft. Both Katadyn Survivor models are trusted gear used by the US Navy, US Coast Guard, US Air Force, and many sailors around the globe. They are essential equipment for any offshore cruising vessel.
About Survivor 35 Desalinator
These are US-engineered and were manufactured for over 10 years by the US company Recovery Engineering, which was purchased by the Swiss corporation Katadyn in 2008. So if yours says Recovery Engineering on it, you have a US-made unit made prior to 2008.
This video is about Survivor 35, they just have it wrongly marked as MK6: