BLACKBOX Portable Pump Systems


Special Price $1,100 (gst inclusive)

Do you have a portable cabin, an RV (recreational vehicle), or portable office?

The new Storeit4less BLACK BOX portable pump system
– is perfect for portable cabins, portable offices, recreational vehicles, or situations where it is necessary to move grey/dirty water (kitchen sink, shower, toilet) from one location to another (up to 100 metres away and 8 metres in height)
– is 100% more reliable than a Maserator waste water system
– is manufactured using only top quality materials and components
– has a holding tank that is manufactured in NZ to meet NZ conditions

– is moulded in tough food grade polyethylene plastic and exceeds the New Zealand standard AS/NZS4766 for upright polyethylene tanks
– wont crack, fade or rust, and the one-piece construction makes it exceptionally strong and easy to clean
– is UV-stabilised to withstand the hard New Zealand sun
– is specially designed tank grade polyethylene that excludes light necessary for algae growth

Submersible pump
– 24 months (return to base)
Polyethylene Tank
– 20 years (return to base)

H: 455mm
D: 455mm
W: 350mm
1 x Spindweld Thread (32mm)
1 x Pump (750W)
1 x Flap Check Valve
1 x Inlet connector
1 x Outlet Drain Ball Tap
1 x Quick release Anka coupling
Capacity: 62 litres

– Maximum head height for the pump is 8 metres
– Maximum distance is 100 metres

Allow between 5 days – 21 days from the time the order is placed to delivery to your location.

The price of our closest competitors product (of a similar quality) ranges from $2,000 up to $3,500 plus gst.

Please do not hesitate to ask any questions.

# Important: Please add any additional options/extras (such as a Ball check valve, or a Water level alarm) to your shopping cart at the same time you place an order for the BLACK BOX, to ensure you are not charged additional freight for each item.



2 thoughts on “BLACKBOX Portable Pump Systems

    • Hi, If you are discharching effluent from the BLACKBOX, the final destination of the effluent would need to be to a sewer line, a septic system, or a mobile waste containment unit.

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