Swedish-based ORBITAL SYSTEMS announced that the Oas shower will now be available to the U.S. RV industry in a new partnership with Mobile Specialty Vehicles (MSV).
According to a press release, the Oas shower with its newly developed water recirculation and purification technology, will soon be available for installation in a variety of aftermarket vehicle conversions and as a factory option from manufacturers. Motorhomes and recreational vehicle owners will benefit from reduced on-vehicle water weight and self-reliance.
Jasper, Texas-based MSV, a longtime member of the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), will introduce OSYS Mobile and showcase the first mobile Oas shower at the 97th International Convention & RV Expo on March 15 in Perry, Ga., in Booth No. 1113.
“We are thoroughly excited to be joined by MSV’s President and CEO Daniel Ayres as a strategic partner and new member of the Orbital family,” says BG Weiss, ORBITAL vice president of U.S. operations. “From day one, Daniel’s vision for the RV industry has been to deliver on the promise of luxury and comfort with an off-grid experience. And ORBITAL SYSTEMS is about exactly that – enhancing a user’s shower experience while minimizing their water and carbon footprint, without sacrificing on luxury or comfort.”
To that end, Ayres has launched OSYS Mobile as the business entity which will exclusively promote, sell, and distribute the ORBITAL SYSTEMS products. In addition, Chris Nichols was named as the company’s president. Nichols brings more than 16 years’ experience in technology, operations, and business development and a strong background of leadership in the aerospace, defense, and oil/gas industries.
“The Oas shower uses an average of 2.6 gallons of clean, recycled and purified water, for the entire duration of the shower,” says Weiss. “But the best part is that the Oas not only reduces water and energy use, it provides the user with a comfortable, high flow shower experience, for as long as they want, without any concern about water limits.”
OSYS Mobile is particularly targeting the the green movement and toy hauler owner who truly embrace off-grid and outdoor adventure travel. “When water limitations go away, people can stay off-grid for longer periods, exploring and playing in remote places where nature should be the only thing on their mind,” explained Ayres.
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