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Raritan Crown Head II Hi-Boy

Raritan Crown Head II Hi-Boy

Description

The Raritan Crown Head II Hi-Boy features an inlet pump that can be run dry without damage.

Features

  • Straight Discharge
  • White
  • Remote Intake Pump
List Price
$1950.00
Your Price
$1,303.78
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Diaphragm Pump Design:

  • More flexible installation with water supply from either side of inlet pump
  • Less power consumption



The advanced Crown Head™ II was designed without compromising the high level of efficiency of the Crown Head™. This was accomplished by redesigning the way water is delivered to the bowl. The raw water model uses a remote-mounted pump, while the on-board pressurized freshwater model is connected to the pressurized water system. As a result, the boater benefits from the same level of performance with quieter operation.

A designed pump cover blends with the porcelain bowl, creating a streamlined one-piece look. This cover neatly hides all the components while at the same time allows immediate access to the macerator and discharge pump. The Crown Head™ II is built of the highest quality materials, is reliable and easy to maintain.

Sleek appearance, quiet operation in a mid-priced electric macerating toilet.

Benefits:

  • Suitable for the most demanding boaters in any size vessel
  • Proven, dependable design (same efficiency as the Crown Head™)
  • Efficient flushing action includes powerful centrifugal macerating pump
  • Simple and flexible installation for mounting above or below waterline
  • Quiet operation
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Pump cover that neatly hides components
  • Can be used with on-board treatment systems (such as the LectraSan®) and/or holding tanks
  • Each unit is assembled by hand, individually tested and backed by Raritan's 1-year Limited Warranty and legendary technical support team
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Raritan Crown Head II Hi-Boy C2W12 Crown Head II Hi-Boy, White Household Style, Straight Discharge, Remote Intake, 12V
$1303.78
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