Marland Has New MSD For Smaller Vessels- Literature Available

Marland Environmental Systems, Inc., Walworth, Wise., a leading manufacturer of sewage treatment systems for large commercial vessels, has introduced a flow-through Type II Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) for workboats of small to medium crew size. The new device, named Sani- System® 40, is said to offer several advantages.

The Sani-System 40 comprises four compact modules designed to fit into the limited spaces available on a working vessel. Yet, with its compact size, it provides a daily treatment capacity of 40 gallons (151 liters), ample for a crew of eight. Use of an additional collection module can boost capacity by 50 percent.

An anaerobic system requiring no blowers, the system is said to be completely odor-free. It operates with fresh, salt, or brackish water; with any available voltage; and with any standard manual or electric marine toilets. Regular maintenance is minimal, requiring but a minute or two every two weeks. And because the system has no moving parts other than the pump included in the treatment module, trouble-free operation is assured.

"We feel that the Sani-System 40 is the ideal unit for any boat with a complement up to 12," says Marland vice president Bob Daniels.

"It complies with all Coast Guard and IMCO standards for a Type II MSD, and is priced below any other device on the market." More information on this and o t h e r Marland marine sewage treatment systems is available by writing to Bob Daniels, Marland E n v i r o n m e n t a l Systems, Inc., Dept. M.R., 227 North Main Street, Walworth, Wise. 53185.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 20,  Aug 15, 1980

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