32-3005

Raritan 4-Gallon Salt Feed Tank

Raritan 4-Gallon Salt Feed Tank

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The Raritan 4-Gallon Salt Feed Tank is designed to boats that operate in fresh or brackish water and can only be used with LectraSan MC or electro-scan Type I MSDs.

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Salinity is monitored by the unit's Control Panel and salt solution will automatically be added to the MSD when needed.

Pressurized freshwater is required. Minimum of 15 psi (103 kPa) working pressure.

Operation
Solar salt is added directly to the tank. Water supplied by the boats pressurized freshwater maintains the water level in the tank and continues to make saturated salt solution from the solar salt. A pump is used to add salt solution directly into the treatment tank when needed. The pump is controlled by the circuit board that monitors the electrode current in the treatment tank and automatically turns on the pump when salt is required.

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Raritan 4-Gallon Salt Feed Tank 32-3005 4-Gallon Salt Feed Tank, with 12VDC Pump for LectraSan and electro scan
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