Desalination made easy. Fresh water on demand. 

Reliable

Compact

NONA doesn't use Reverse Osmosis, which means no more leaky high-pressure lines, and no more membrane changes. 

Smaller than 2 cubic feet and lighter than 25lbs. NONA can fit in the smallest crawlspace and won't weigh you down.

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Clean

Reduces seawater salinity to below 500ppm and removes bacteria, viruses, and cysts yielding fresh, potable water.

Learn more about the technology.

Designed to Run All Day. Built for Integration.

NONA combines low power draw (4.5Ah at 12V DC) with next-level reliability and ease of use (no membranes, no high-pressure pumps). It is the first watermaker designed to make automated watermaking truly practical. NONA can integrate seamlessly with your existing onboard water and power systems and use built-in logic to keep water tanks full without you having to lift a finger. The ability to run in the background, all day if necessary, enables you to have a system that is smaller and lighter than any before. 

Also available in a portable unit with manual operation. 

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LESS IS MORE. 

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NONA is a sustainable source of water that never runs out. 

​FEATURES

OFF-GRID

NONA can run indefinitely on a small solar cell

LONG BATTERY LIFE

Enclosed battery provides 2 hours of run-time when the sun isn't shining 

COMPACT

At 20in x 16in x 16in and less than 20lbs (less than 1 case of water bottles), NONA can be stored or transported with ease. 

RELIABLE

Water never passes through a membrane, which means no fouling, and no need for high-pressure plumbing.

EASY TO USE

Simple enough for a child to operate

LOW MAINTENANCE

NONA cleans itself, and does not require "pickling"

 

"NONA's desalinators can provide one liter of clean water an hour—enough for one person—and require less electricity than a cell phone charger"

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"user-friendly device that can turn saltwater into drinking water at the touch of a button"

"designed for
non-experts"

"capable of producing enough drinking water for 10 people at 1/2 the cost and with 1/10th the power of other water desalination devices"

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