This robust little electric marine toilet is the perfect fit for someone looking for a reliable macerator as a step up from a manual toilet. The base is able to rotate 90 degrees allowing it to fit nicely in spots where a manual toilet had been installed. The SeaEra QC differentiates itself from the original SeaEra by offering the installation option of either pressurized freshwater with a solenoid valve that is built into the base or with a remote intake pump for outside raw water.
The SeaEra QC also offers the very popular SeaFresh option. The SeaFresh allows the user to switch between either onboard fresh water or outside raw water with the flip of a switch. Freshwater flushing is preferred by many to minimize the odors associated with raw water flushing. However, in many smaller boats freshwater is not in abundant supply.
The ideal situation for this would be to use raw water as the regular flushing method and then anytime the boat will be left for a few days use the freshwater to simply clear the lines of any raw water. By clearing the lines of outside water you will prevent the ever so common rotten egg smell that great many raw water users.
By making the choice to go with the QC you open up the control possibilities as the QC allows separate control of the intake and discharge. Allowing the user to wet the bowl first if desired or to flush the toilet without adding water if that is preferred. The independent control of the intake and discharge is often preferred over a simple pushbutton that always runs intake and discharge at the same time.
The SeaEra QC offers both a marine size bowl for those concerned with saving space or a Household size bowl providing more comfort for anybody using the toilet. Both sizes offer a slow close toilet seat with stops on the underside to help minimize the seat from slipping side to side when in use in heavy seas. Some of the design features that set the SeaEra apart from other competitive models are that it is designed with a full size joker valve to reduce the probability of clogs. The stainless steel blades are designed to efficiently macerate the waste and quickly discharge the bowl with minimal water use.
For those wishing to have a very quiet flush we highly recommend the freshwater model. Noise can be minimized on the remote intake model based on how and where the pump gets mounted.
The SeaEra QC motor is coated to help minimize motor rust and extend the life of the unit. Control options include the STC or Smart Toilet Control. This allows the user to set a timed operation so a single push of the button will activate a flush cycle that brings water in, then runs the macerator then brings more water in to minimize water usage and maximize the flush efficiency. The STC also allows for individual control of intake and discharge in addition to the timed flush options.
The SeaEra QC was developed to be a rugged replacement from the common builder grade models of macerating toilets. Raritan recognized the need for a macerator that fits well in the footprint of manual toilets. The SeaEra QC is the latest improvement with a solenoid connection at the base for ease of installation. The QC also offers a remote intake pump for those preferring raw water over onboard freshwater. Because the intake and discharge pumps can be activated independently it is an excellent choice allowing the use of our Smart Toilet Control or momentary control. Both allow user to bring water in without discharging and allows discharging without adding water. Allowing conservation of water or holding tank capacity depending on which is most critical at the time! However, just like most other models it can also be installed with a simple pushbutton.
Improvements included in all SeaEra models over the competitors is a full size joker valve that reduces the possibility for clogs. The discharge adapter comes with both a 1” and 1 ½” connection for easy retrofitting into previous installations. The incoming water in all models is at a different end of the pump than the macerator. Raritan wanted to be certain that incoming water could not be contaminated by outgoing water and in many other models all that separates the discharge from the intake is a seal.
The SeaEra QC also features the option to either upgrade or order new as a SeaFresh model giving the end user the ultimate in flexibility and water choices. In addition to its rotatable base for multiple installation options it is offered in both the marine size bowl or household size bowl options with a slow close seat.