The Sealand Noz-All pumpout adapter provides an airtight seal between your boat's deck waste fitting and the pump-out station nozzle. An airtight seal ensures thorough emptying of waste holding tanks.
The Noz All is available in different thread sizes and diameters to fit multiple thru-hull dimensions, and adapter end is tapered to seal tightly with pump-out nozzle assemblies.
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Cone-shaped design matches exactly with the cone shape of black rubber nozzles found at most pumpout stations.
Eliminates need for messy water source to create sufficient vacuum to empty holding tank contents.
Made of heavy-duty, glass-fulled nylon.
Just screw NozAll adapter into your waste deck fitting.
Works with both rubber nozzle type and camopated type of suction hose fittings.
Compatible Pumpout Nozzle Size
Deck Fitting Thread Size
(ID) 1-7/8 inch -- 11.5 threads/ inch
(ID) 1-5/8 inch ID -- 11.5 threads/ inch
Holding Tanks and Accessories
any idea what size I would need for a 2008 Sea Ray 260?
I bought the adapter with a fitting for use together so I didn't go thru the process of fitting it to something already in use. I suggest going to a Sea Ray dealer or calling them to see. Make sure they tell you the ID (inside diameter) and the TPI (threads per inch) so that the fitting is exactly what you need. You might also get on their website and see if you can pull up the part to get the specs... Good luck!
Hello I have a 90 Viking 38' sportfisher and I am trying to find a pumpout adapter. But I have tried the 1-1/2" fitting, it is too big. The 1-1/4" fitting it too small. Is there another size out there?
I do not recall the dimensions of the adapter that we purchased, however, it is very useful, we used it on our trip down the ICW at most pump out locations where the shoreside pump out fitting simply clamped on to it making a secure and Adair-tight connection. Our pump outs we better by reason of the use of the fitting with no concern about residue or some effluent not getting removed.
J. PEIRCE ANDERSON
I just got aboat with a holding tank and need to know,precisely,whatsteps I need to taketo pump it out. Do I have to turn on my macerator pump? Or is it sufficient to just hook up the pump out hose to my boat?
Don't open the macerate, just hook up the pump out nozzle to the deck fitting andturn on the hose. The vacuum form the pump out hose will
J. PEIRCE ANDERSON
A useful item at the pumpout station
You can't count on the pumpout station having a nozzle adapter that fits your boat. I find it better to have my own that I know fits my boat. Pumping out without an adapter can lead to thrill and spills- yuck! Trust me- this is not fun.