301097206

Dometic 972 Portable Toilets

Dometic 972 Portable Toilets

Description

The Dometic 972 Portable Toilet offers powerful flushing with less pumping as well as splash-free operation and discharge.

Features

  • High-Strength ABS Construction Withstands Demanding Marine Environment
  • Smooth Finish Cleans Easily For Lasting Beauty
  • Prismatic Level Indicator Shows Remaining Capacity In Holding Tank
List Price
$170.65
Your Price
$120.32
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Powerful flushing at the touch of a button sets the new 970 portable toilet series apart from the rest. Requires no manual pumping or batteries, yet delivers a robust bowl-clearing flush every time. An easy-view level indicator lets you know when to empty the holding tank.

Just as convenient as a household toilet

Portable toilet with 9.8 L holding tank. Easy to use push-button operation.

  • 2.6-gallon (9.8 L) or 5.0-gallon (18.9L) models
  • Full-size seat provides user comfort; latching lid stays secure while
    underway
  • Splash-free emptying with automatic tank vents and extra long swing-out
    discharge
  • Tank level indicator and pressure relief valve increase safety
  • MSD models can be installed for direct overboard, dockside pump-out, or
    remote tank discharge
  • Tan and gray colors
  • Model 972 2.6-gal. (9.8L) capacity portable toilet



Toilet Specifications:

  • Water Supply: Self-contained freshwater 2.3-gallon (8.7L) upper
    tank.
  • Discharge: Standard models - discharge spout in bottom tank. MSD
    models - PVC fitting connects to 1.5-in. (38 mm) ID discharge plumbing
  • Vent: 5/8-in. (16mm) ID hose fitting (MSD models only).

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Dometic 972 Portable Toilets 301097206 972 Portable Toilet, Gray
$120.32
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Dometic -972 Portable Toilet 2.6 Gallon - Tan 301097202 972 Portable Toilet, Tan
$119.80
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