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Old 05-09-2012, 06:45   #1
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Pumps, Etc.

I'm selling a West Marine double actiuon high pressure hand pump with pressure gauge. Used once. $25

Also a Bravo 7 foot pump, with no hose. $10

And my Sealand vacuflush marine toilet (complete system) is still available. $500 or b.o.

Buyers can pick up (Boston, MA area) or pay actual shipping.
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Old 05-09-2012, 16:32   #2
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Re: Pumps, Etc.

Am I understanding right that the sealand comes with the tank,et al? Is there more than one size or is it one I could just look up dimensions, etc for? If it would fit I am am very interested.

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Am I understanding right that the sealand comes with the tank,et al? Is there more than one size or is it one I could just look up dimensions, etc for? If it would fit I am am very interested.

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Yes, it comes with everything except the old hoses, which I did not think anyone would want. It includes the toilet, the pump, the vacuum tank and the electrical switch and wiring.

The vacuum tank and pump (it's a single unit) measures 10" x 19" x 14" (give or take a half inch or so).

The toilet itself is oval and measures 141/2" x 18" x 14" (with the cover down). I hope that helps.
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Thanks for the sizes..after studying these systems more, I'm more confused than ever, does this need a holding tank as well? Some of the vacuum units seem to be the holding tank too. I'll measure the space tomorrow.
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Thanks for the sizes..after studying these systems more, I'm more confused than ever, does this need a holding tank as well? Some of the vacuum units seem to be the holding tank too. I'll measure the space tomorrow.
A separate holding tank is not part of the system. The vacuum pump and vacuum tank sucks the stuff out of the toilet and into the holding tank (or into a macerator or overboard in areas where a holding tank in not required).
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