Raritan Toilet works in fresh and salt water

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Flushing a marine toilet with seawater saves onboard fresh water supplies. Unfortunately, that same plentiful source also provides minute ocean organisms. When they die, an offensive, rotten egg smell permeates the boat.
Raritan Toilet’s innovative SeaFresh lets users select between water sources with the touch of a button, eliminating the cause of the odor. It’s available on the company’s Atlantes Freedom, Marine Elegance and SeaEra QC toilets.

With SeaFresh, users flush the toilet with seawater and, before leaving the boat, rinse with fresh to clear the lines. This not only conserves onboard water resources, but removes the microorganisms trapped in the rim and other inaccessible parts of the toilet, that lead to noxious odors. An unobtrusive wall switch control mounts conveniently on a bulkhead or other flat surface, and fits any boat décor.

Engineered safe, SeaFresh has a built-in check valve system. This prevents raw seawater from contaminating the fresh water tank.

Adding the SeaFresh option to the cost of a new Raritan Atlantes Freedom, Marine Elegance or SeaEra QC marine toilet starts at around $230.

Contact Raritan, 530 Orange St., Millville, NJ 08332. 856-825-4900; Fax: 856-825-4409. info@raritaneng.com; www.raritaneng.com.


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