Marine Toilet Features Simple Installation

Posted by Eric Haun
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Image courtesy Raritan

The new straightforward design of Raritan's SeaEra QC toilet is engineered to ensure simple installation onboard a vessel. It also gives boat owners a choice of controls for maximum flexibility.

SeaEra QC electric marine toilets come in two models. The Freshwater Solenoid type has a Whisper Flush design for quiet operation. According to the manufacturer, it offers the benefits of less maintenance and fewer odors than with raw water models, as well as low power consumption. Facilitating easy installation with an integral vacuum breaker, this model connects to a vessel's existing pressurized system.

The second type, the Remote Intake Pump model, also operates at a reduced noise level. With easier access to an intake pump, it meets any installation requirement and is ideal where long runs are required, Raritan said.

Both SeaEra QC models feature a standard marine or household size bowl that uses as little as two pints of water per flush. The base rotates 90º, facilitating mounting even in confined spaces. SeaEra QC toilets easily adapt to Raritan's SeaFresh model, giving users the ability to choose between raw and fresh water. Both SeaEra QC types are available for 12, 24, 32V DC or 120/240V AC.

Raritan gives users of the SeaEra QC toilet a choice of controls. The Smart Toilet Control option allows control over intake and discharge water, 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.

Raritan's SeaEra QC electric marine toilets start at $720 for the base model, which is an onboard, freshwater toilet with push button operation in 12V and a standard marine size bowl. Known for its high quality icemakers and water heaters as well as marine toilets and waste treatment systems, the company remains committed to healthy marine waters.

raritaneng.com
 

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