21B1201

Raritan Hold n' Treat Control

Raritan Hold n' Treat Control

Description

The Raritan Hold n'Treat Control is designed to integrate both a Type I and Type II MSD to provide the use with a system that will be legal in all areas.

Features

  • Easy To Install
  • 2 Modes of Operation: Automatic and Override
  • Components Can Be Added To Existing Equipment
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$1225.00
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Details

All system components can be purchased through Raritan or, make use of equipment that already exists on your vessel. Each complete system will consist of: a holding tank, waste transfer pump, key switch, controller and LectraSan® or Purasan™.

All waste is stored in a holding tank and the lockout switch position will determine how the waste is processed. This system eliminates the need for visits to the pump-out station in most areas.

When Hold n' Treat is set to AUTOMATIC the level of waste in the holding tank is monitored (every 30 seconds). Once the waste level reaches the HIGH LIMIT the Hold n' Treat Control Unit sends a signal activating the LectraSan® MC™ or Purasan™. The LectraSan® MC™ or Purasan™, in turn, activates a Waste Transfer Pump which moves waste (approximately 1 gallon) from the holding tank to the LectraSan® MC™ or Purasan™. This cycle is repeated approximately every seven minutes. After the fourth cycle, the system enters a cool down cycle. It will remain in the cool down cycle for approximately fifteen minutes. After cool down, the process will resume until the waste in the tank drops below LOW LIMIT.

Benefits: 

  • All components are mounted outside of the tank
  • System can accomodate up to 2 Type I Marine Sanitation Devices for large holding tank installations
  • Waste is conveniently stored until it can be disposed of legally
  • Eliminates trips to the pump-out station
  • Lock-out switch prevents discharge of treated sewage in No Discharge Zones
  • Allows vessels to discharge their holding tank legally
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Raritan Hold n' Treat Control 21B1201 Hold n' Treat Control, with 21P12 Pump, 12VDC, Black
$896.34
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