Electro Scan

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Raritan has introduced a waste treatment system for boats to 65 feet — the Electro Scan, a Coast Guard-certified Type 1 marine sanitation device.

The unit, which can be used with manual or electric heads, records each treatment cycle and stores information that can be shown on the LCD or downloaded to a PC. Using 1.2 amp hours per cycle, Electro Scan generates its own natural disinfectant from salt water, according to Raritan. A salt-feed system and pump installation option regulates salinity. Electro Scan is available in 12V, 24V or 32V DC. Raritan Engineering Co. Inc., (856) 825-4900. www.raritaneng.com

This article originally appeared in the May 2012 issue.

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