PST12EX

Raritan Purasan EX Treatment System

Raritan Purasan EX Treatment System

Description

The Raritan Purasan EX Treatment System is legal for use in any area not considered a Federal NDZ.

Features

  • Control Indicates When Tablets Are Empty
  • Dispenser Can Be Mounted At Any Height
  • Solution Drained With Air Pump, Lengthens Tablet Life
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**HAZMAT CAN ONLY SHIP GROUND**

It neutralizes waste, making it sanitary and safe for boaters and marine life. Great design for all toilets in salt, fresh or brackish water.

Improvements:

  • No metering valve to control water, now fully programmable
  • Table packaging eliminates Hazmat fees



Benefits:

  • US Coast Guard approved Type I Marine Sanitation Device for vessels up to 65 feet in length - can be used with most marine toilets
  • Treats waste in fresh and brackish water applications
  • Electronically controlled, two minute treatment cycle
  • One Purasan™ can be installed with two toilets
  • Low power consumption
  • Neutralizes bacteria in wastewater
  • Quiet operation
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Alleviates need for 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 Purasan EX Treatment System PST12EX Purasan EX Treatment System, Pressurized Fresh Water, 12V
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