Raritans are the finest on which my rump has had the pleasure of being perched.
No valves, pumps or anything else. Just hit the lever and it flushes like a household commode.
I would only use fresh water through these things, lots of complex gadgetry inside. The raritans are a bit of a pain to remove and install. They are self contained, with the exception of the water line, waste line, and wiring
. Which means that to service
you have to unbolt them from the floor and spin them around to access anything. Unless you have a bulkhead you can cut an access hole.
Leave the hoses and such long, as the boat that had them didn't have enough room to get to the hose clamps without hugging the throne. Because they mount flush to the wall, I had a 3 inch gap to work with while standing on my head
. (Flexible wire extension on a 1/4 inch ratchet!)
You'll want a ratcheting box wrench for the mounting hardware
, as a socket and ratchet threaten the finish of the ceramic.
was not for operational problems, but for remodeling!)