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Old 11-16-2013, 01:11 PM   #21
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The prices of these valves is high!!a 2"valve is $300

And a good Obendorfer or Galley Maid waste pump is a grand ++.

Just depends on weather you enjoy fixing waste stuff , or boating.

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Old 11-16-2013, 01:22 PM   #22
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The prices of these valves is high!!a 2"valve is $300

And a good Obendorfer or Galley Maid waste pump is a grand ++.

Just depends on weather you enjoy fixing waste stuff , or boating.

KISS
In defense of that $300 valve, it does come with threaded unions...not just barb fittings, which really helps if you wish to go with hard pipe versus hose for a lot of your sanitation plumbing.
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Old 11-16-2013, 01:28 PM   #23
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The prices of these valves is high!!a 2"valve is $300

And a good Obendorfer or Galley Maid waste pump is a grand ++.

Just depends on weather you enjoy fixing waste stuff , or boating.

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Waste pump ? This is just a valve. A 3 way valve at WM is $100-150 I guess I am just confused
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My fairly new Sealand tank has two openings for waste out. One for the dockside pump out and another for the macerator. No valves needed.
I used sch40 pvc for all piping except the vent.
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Waste pump ? This is just a valve. A 3 way valve at WM is $100-150 I guess I am just confused

Those are 1 1/2" valves without unions. Fred's valve is 2" schedule 80 with integral unions. Apples and oranges.
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Old 11-17-2013, 07:14 AM   #26
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The Hayward can be removed in seconds should it ever be needed.

In addition the handle can be removed and a reach rod used to operate the valve from outside the area its located in.

WE have these valves to direct bilge water to the bilge pump , as the boat has WT bulkheads .
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