Raritan electro scan Treatment System

Raritan electro scan Treatment System


The Raritan electro scan Treatment System consistently controls the electrodes to reduce power consumption by up to 36%.


  • Most Popular USCG Certified Type I MSD
  • Power Requirements Have Been Reduced By 36% With Each Cycle Using Only 1.2 Amp Hours
  • Generates Its Own Natural Disinfectant From Salt Water
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  • Coated electrodes use salt water to kill bacteria and viruses without using harmful chemicals
  • Records each treatment cycle and stores key information in non-volative memory that can be summarized on the LCD display or downloaded to a PC
  • Single button operation is possible
  • Can be used with both manual and electric toilets
  • Requires sea water salinity or salt feed tank


  • Can be used with both manual and electric toilets
  • Generates its own natural disinfectant from salt water
  • Treats each flush as waste is generated
  • Discharges with treatment levels that are safe for environmentally sensitive areas
  • Easy to install
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Raritan electro scan Treatment System EST12 electro scan Treatment System, 12VDC
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