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  • Raritan Marine Toilets Help You Avoid Cross-Contamination

    Raritan Marine Toilets Help You Avoid Cross-Contamination

     

    Tired of Cross-Contamination With Your Marine Toilet? Time to Buy Raritan

    Keeping fresh and waste water separate is of the utmost importance on a boat. With Raritan’s SeaEra Electric Macerating Toilet, there is never the possibility of waste water contaminating the contents of the bowl thanks to its superior and innovative design. It uses as little as one quart per flush, has powerful cleansing action, and provides Raritan’s high level of durability and reliability.

    A state-of-the-art design sets the SeaEra marine toilet apart from its competition. The intake pump is separated from the discharge section by the motor. This ensures that waste water can’t get back into the bowl, as can occur on competitors’ toilets when the seal fails.

    Two models are available. The Remote Intake Pump version has reduced noise levels and easier access to the intake pump. It offers more flexibility in installation and includes an in-line strainer.

    The Freshwater Solenoid model features low power consumption, employs a Whisper Flush design for quiet operation and requires less maintenance. It connects to the boat’s existing pressurized water system and includes a vacuum breaker.

    Options are available to accommodate both fresh and saltwater environments with remote intake models. The SeaFresh system enables boaters to use both outside raw water and onboard fresh water depending on the needs of the trip. Available with Freshwater or remote models, Raritan’s Smart Toilet Control option affords the user control over the intake and discharge, with either a timed flush when using water saver, or a normal flush cycle. The Multifunction Momentary option provides for independent operation of intake or discharge, with no timed flush. An economical push button control is also available; with the integral intake pump model, it is the only option.

    Both models are available for 12, 24V DC or 120/240V AC and come with a two-year warranty. Market pricing starts around $600.

    Check us out at Raritan Engineering and see some great deals on marine toilets at http://raritaneng.com/category-pages/choosing-your-marine-toilet/

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