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Raritan Fresh Head

Raritan Fresh Head

Description

The Raritan Fresh Head is a manual marine toilet designed to be flushed with pressurized fresh water.

Features

  • Footprint Is A Direct Replacement For Competitive Models
  • No Thru Hulls Necessary When Installed With A Holding Tank
  • Low Water Usage
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$499.00
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$380.34
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 Freshwater flushing provides an odor free flush since no sealife can decay in the rim of the bowl. Discharge pump is a diaphragm pump with telescopic handle for ease in flushing. The pump can be locked to prevent waste water back flow.

With a diaphragm type pump and telescopic handle, flushing is extremely easy. Owners choose how much water to use. A lever allows water into the bowl to pre-wet it for a better flush. A built-in freshwater backflow prevention includes a vacuum break. A lock-out feature stops backflow coming in through the discharge when not in use.

Raritan products are chosen by powerboat, sailboat, houseboat, and RV owners and manufacturers the world over for their dependability, environmental responsibility, simplicity of installation, operation, and maintenance. The product line includes house-hold style toilets, marine toilets, marine sanitation devices and systems, cleaning products, icemakers, water heaters, and rudder angle indicators.

Features:

  • The first manual marine toilet to utilize pressurized fresh water -
    eliminates calcium deposits in discharge hose
  • Available as Left hand side pump
  • PHII toilets can be retrofitted by purchasing the retro-fit pump
  • Lock feature prevents potential backflow and possible flooding



Specifications:

  • Rinse Water For Inlet: 1/2" FPT
  • Maximum Pressure: 150 PSI (10 bar)
  • Minimum Pressure: 3 GPM (11.3 L/min) @ 10 PSI (0.7 bar)
  • Discharge: 1-1/2" Hose
  • Maximum Height: 15 ft (4.5 m)
  • Average Water Consumption Per Use: 1 pint (.47 L) for liquid use, 3.4 G (2.8 L) for solid use
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