Rariton Raw Water Strainer

Dec 15, 2020

Without filtration, cooling pumps and hoses used for propulsion, auxiliary and generator engines will become clogged with waterborne debris. If this happens, it means an expensive, time-consuming repair. The simple and inexpensive solution is a Raw Water Strainer from Raritan Engineering. It removes plants and other solids from the water and prevents them from causing havoc in onboard systems.

Manufactured in the USA, Raritan’s Raw Water Strainer is constructed of durable clear polycarbonate for easy monitoring of debris in the strainer. Lighter than brass or bronze, its construction is non-conductive. Each unit is pressure-tested at the factory to ensure peak performance and a long service life.

The #16 mesh strainer is easy to remove for cleaning. The Raw Water Strainer’s lid threads on and has a gasket for a leak-proof fit.

Raritan’s Raw Water Strainer is simple to install. It includes a mounting bracket and has 1-1/2″ PVC female NPT-threaded ports. At only 9-3/4″ H x 7-1/4″ W, it’ll fit into small spaces. This makes it ideal for use with bait and livewells, air conditioners and seawater toilets. It costs $195. USD.

Visit: www.raritaneng.com.

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