You've managed to take parts
of the PuraSan and the ElectroScan and assemble 'em into a third device that doesn't exist!
The LectraSan/ElectroScan doesn't have any type of dispenser...it has an electrode pack and creates hypochlorous acid by charging
the ions in the flush water (salt water) with electrical current
. In fresh or brackish water salt must be added, requiring the appropriate "salt feed tank" for the type of toilet or by adding it manually to each flush.
The PuraSan was designed for use in fresh water but will work equally well in fresh or salt water
. It doesn't have an electrode pack...instead it has the "tablet" dispenser that doesn't dispense anything...the "tablet" is actually a block of hypochlorous acid over which the flush water (fresh OR salt) washes, carrying enough away to treat the waste.
I've seen a number of complaints online from folks who said "never again!" because they needed to replace the plates in their Electro/Lectra-sans too frequently, and yet the owners manual says they should just need routine acid cleaning every second year.
That's not what the owner manual says. 99% of problems with either device can be laid directly at the owner's feet--failure to follow directions...and not only about cleaning
frequency--which btw, varies depending upon water temperature...the warmer the water, the higher the mineral content...the higher the mineral content, the more often the electrode pack needs cleaning...as often as 3 months in the tropics--but by ignoring blinking yellow lights, odor
and other OBVIOUS symptoms that the device needs attention. Raritan
has tried to save owners from themselves by replacing blinking lights with LEDs and adding more of 'em that spell out the system's condition.
Before you jump to any more wrong conclusions, you might want to read--actually read, not just skim--the owners manuals
for all of the systems for which I provided links...You'll find links to the owners manuals
on the left side of each page. There are links on the left side of the page at each of the links I gave you.