Raritan Standard Toilets

Raritan Standard Toilets


The Raritan Standard Toilets feature a reliable, high-quality design that uses sea or lake water.


  • Good Choice For Sailboats And Mid-Size Powerboats
  • Simple Design Means Economical, Trouble-Free Quiet Operation
  • Powerful Flushing Action
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  • Simple and flexible installation for mounting above or below waterline
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Dry pumping is easier because air vent reduces back pressure
  • Double action piston pump simultaneously draws new flush water as it discharges the wastewater
  • Can be used with on-board treatment systems (such as the Lectra/San®) and/or holding tanks
  • Each unit is assembled by hand, individually tested and backed by Raritan?s one-year Limited Warranty and legendary technical support team
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