The Raritan Lectra San MC Waste Treatment System macerates sewage and uses electrically charged saltwater to kill bacteria. Install a Lectra San system to eliminate the need for holding tanks on boats operating in dishcarge zones.
After neutralizing bacteria, treated waste water turns back into salt water, with no unnatural or harmful chemicals entering the environment. Raritan designed the treatment tank to force bactericide and bacteria into direct contact, effectively killing viruses and bacteria.
The Lectra/San can be installed with one or two marine toilets to form a complete sanitation system. Pressing the push to flush touch pad activates the treatment cycle. The toilets can be interfaced with the LST/MC to provide one touch toilet flushing and treatment activation.
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Raritan Lectra San MC Highlights
Microprocessor control (MC) monitors conditions inside the treatment unit and automatically informs users of changes in water conditions.
One-step activation with toilet switch or LST/MC touch pad automatically activates toilet and treatment system.
Light sequence on the Control Indicator Panel indicates system functions and changes in salt and voltage conditions.
Coated electrodes use salt water to kill bacteria and viruses without adding harmful chemicals to the sea.
Discharges with treatment levels that are safe for environmentally sensitive areas.
Eliminates the need for bulky holding tanks in areas that have not been declared No Discharge Zones by the U.S. EPA.
Treats each flush as waste is generated.
Can be used with two marine toilets.
Can be used with both manual and electric toilets.
Waste Treatment Systems
why does the toilet have to be so close to the unit ?
The waste flows through th system somewhat passively. No pumps are involved other than what is at the head. I on the Chesapeake bay am still not allowed to discharge legally. This defeats the purpose I intended for the unitLynn
Are there parts that need replacing , eg electrodes Have to keep resetting for flashing.?Display keeps saying "low Electode power" and there is full voltage there.RegardsPete Dev Perth
System needs salt to function. I just add mortons. The limited use and low salinity waters I travel in do not warrant injection system. Lynn
can an MC SYSTEM be integrted with an existing holding tank to anticipate passage through a no dishcarge zone?
We did not use the system in this manner but would be concerned about the holding tank being higher than the Lectra San unit causing back flow Into the Lectra San and/or toilet.
I read somewhere that the heada must be within 6' of the Lectra San unit, is this true?
Yes, it must be within 6 feet of the toilet and lower.
Hi , My lectra San MC tm toilet is 13 years old and when I flush , the flush is short about 2 seconds and when it goes to the next cycle it trips the reset red light and blinks about every second. I have to push the reset to be able to flush again . I have installed a new control board and flushed through acid but still the same problem.Can you help?Regards Ian Moratti
Sounds like there is not enough salt in the water for the cycle to complete. Does he have a salt tank? If not, he may need one. Getting the salt mixture right makes all the difference. Sent from my iPad
CAN THIS BE USED IN FRESH WATER,ALSO CAN YOU DISCHARGE ANYWHERE,THANKS BILL?
Read the promo sheet, Raritan talks about a Salt Feeder System for use in Fresh or Brackish water, they have as an available option. Also Raritan markets this as a Type 1 Marine Sanitation Device, so it should be ok to discharge anywhere. That said, I would always check local regulations prior to use.