Sealand Traveler toilet and self-contained freshwater marine sanitation system. A vitreous china bowl is rinsed with fresh water from an on-board demand system, removing the smells or unpleasant odors associated with saltwater flushing toilets. Effective rim wash uses about a pint of fresh water per flush, saving water each time.
The Sealand Traveler sanitation system requires no electricity and is an ideal replacement for recirculating toilets.
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No recirculating chemical smell.
Water level and flushing action controlled by single pedal control.
Halfball seal keeps tank odors in tank.
Holding tank is molded of durable linear low-density polyethylene with 9.5-gallon capacity.
Discharge connection is 1-1/2 hose insert.
Vent connection is for 5/8 inch hose.
Water connection is 1/2 inch MPT.
Requires no electricity.
Integral anti-syphon vacuum breaker.
How high or tall is sealand m28?
Dimensions: 20"H x 18-7/8"W x 18-3/4"D
Hello -Just google Sealand M28 marine traveler and click on images. If you go to a diagram from MarineSan you will see all you need. Or just go to m a r i n e s a n dot com and click on "gravity traveler toilets." Then click on the M28 and you will see a "dimension" button.Good luck,Mark Fitzgerald
how wide tall deep ?
Hello from Maine,The Dometic 711-M28 tank is 18-7/8" wide x 9-1/8" high x 17-1/8" deep. The whole system toilet and all is 18-7/8" wide x 20-5/8" high x 19-1/4" deep. If you go to dometicsanitation dot com click on products then 711-M28 and you can see a PDF of the entire system and its installation. You can also download that file. Good luck,Mark Fitzgerald
Same as a toilet in your home only slightly taller. The unit works great. It pumps out easily and was a huge improvement to my 28' boat.Best
how do I connect it to dump? Seems there two holes on the holding tank...one smaller, and one bigger...and the bigger one seems to have a VENT plug in it. I have a macerator pump if I can figure out, (diagrams would help,) how to hook up a way to dump it or pump it. When I got the thing, I figured the dump hole would be on the BOTTOM...or at least on the side! Since it's on TOP though...I need to figure out how to PUMP it out I guess?!? Anybody know where there might be some installation diagrams?
Sir. I had the mechanic at the marina where I store my boat in the winter hook the unit up.I only wish my legs were a tad longer but other wise it's a great unitBestDave berger
is the water stored in the toilet itself or is a seperate water tank needed?
A solid product
The toilet was easy to assemble and install. I works great and is easy to operate. Plus, it was very reasonably priced.