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SeaSmart Toilet Sanitising Unit for Fresh Water Flush Toilets

Part No. 507692

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Overview
Brand SeaSmart
Height 260mm (10")
Width 116mm (4-1/2")
Depth 70mm (2-3/4")
Length Connection Tube Length: 1.8 Metre (6 Foot)
Suitability Electric Toilets with Fresh Water Flush
Description

SeaSmart is a total solution to eliminating bad odours in marine toilet systems, providing disinfected and sanitised water with every flush. This system is CE approved and is suitable for use with electric toilets using fresh water flushing. It is an automatic system that will sanitise the fresh water before it is used as flush water. The system comprises of a reservoir of environmentally friendly liquid disinfectant, a microprocessor to analyse toilet use, a pump to dispense the disinfectant and a T piece to connect the system to the sanitation hose. The disinfectant is added by the toilet's flush water inlet connection, to sanitise the water before it reaches the toilet.

When the toilet is flushed, the flow switch sends an electronic signal to the microprocessor which activates the sanitisation pump. If the toilet is subjected to long, continuous use the microprocessor recognises the excessive usage, and will ensure that the disinfectant container isn't emptied too quickly by supplying less sanitising liquid each time. The fresh water version of the SeaSmart does not feature the maintenance cycle that the raw water system contains.

This toilet sanitising system is easy to install with basic DIY tools. The unit is mounted near the toilet and the T piece is inserted into the fresh water inlet of the toilet. The sanitising system requires no electrical connection as it contains a small 9 volt PP3 battery which powers the microprocessor, pump and all the other electronics. The unit displays small separate LED lights to indicate when the battery is low or when a refill is required, as well as one to indicate when it is in use. Refill and battery life will depend on usage, but as a rough guide a refill should last over a year on an average boat, and the battery should provide enough power for several refill cycles.

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