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From "Aurelio Conley" <399knmz3...@hotmail.com>
Subject RV Owner? THIS IS FOR YOU jfl pimmnkew gh
Date Wed, 16 Jul 2003 07:50:03 GMT
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  <font size="12" face="Times New Roman, Times, serif" color="#0000FF">RV</font><font
face="Times New Roman, Times, serif" size="12"><font color="#FF0000">-360</font><font
size="1" color="#FFFFFF" face="Times New Roman, Times, serif">TM</font></font></b></font><font
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  <p><b><font color="#FFFF00"><font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif"
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  <font color="#FFFFFF" size="5" face="Times New Roman, Times, serif">The </font></i></font>
  <font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif" size="5">PERMANENT 
    SOLUTION</font><i><font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif" size="27"
color="#0000FF"><font color="#FFFFFF" face="Times New Roman, Times, serif" size="5">

    to annoying <font color="#FFFFFF">holding tank odours</font>!</font><font
color="#FFFFFF" face="Times New Roman, Times, serif" size="4"><br>
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  <font face="Georgia, Times New Roman, Times, serif" size="4"
color="#FFFFFF"><i><font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">INTRODUCED 
    TO OVER A M</font></i></font><font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"
size="4"><i><font color="#FFFFFF">ILLION 
    RV'ers IN QUARTZSITE, ARIZONA<br>
    </font></i></font></p>
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      <font color="#FFFF00" size="4"><i><font color="#FF0000"><b><font
color="#FFFF00">Most 
      customers after purchasing one unit for their</font> <font color="#FFFFFF">Black

      water holding tank vent,</font><br>
      <font color="#FFFF00">purchase another for their</font> <font color="#FFFFFF">Grey

      water holding tank vent.</font></b></font></i></font>
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        <p><br>
          <font size="5" color="#00FF00"><b><i>Help reduce or eliminate
the use 
          of environmentally harmful chemicals in the RV industry</i></b></font><i><b><font
size="5">.</font></b></i></p>
        <p><b><i><font face="Verdana" size="5" color="#FFFF00">To
get more 
        information <a href="mailto:info@mgi-pages.com?Subject=RV360">CLICK 
        HERE</a></font></i></b></p>
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  <p align="center"><i><b><font color="#FFFF00" face="Verdana"
size="5">HOW IT 
  WORKS</font></b></i></p>
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    <font color="#FFFFFF">As the wind passes over your rooftop it will direct the
    </font> <b><i><font color="#0000FF">RV</font><font color="#FF0000">-360</font></i></b><font
color="#FFFFFF">˙FFFF99 
    so that the exhaust port is pointing down wind (or away from where the wind 
    is coming from). The </font> <b><i><font color="#0000FF">RV</font><font
color="#FF0000">-360</font></i></b><font color="#FFFFFF">˙FFFF99

      is designed to create low air pressure at the exhaust port; this pressure 
      difference actually pulls the odours out of the tank, up the vent pipe and 
      out of the exhaust port.<br>
      Even if your toilet is sealed or if you have water in the base, there is 
      still an overflow tube that vents directly to the holding tank less than 
      2 feet away. Even the slightest breeze outside could create a high-pressure 
      difference at the vent cap pushing holding tank odours into your bathroom. 
      The conventional vent cap is designed to keep water out, not to extract 
      holding tank odours from your living space.</font></font></p>
    <p align="left"><font size="5" color="#FFFFFF"><u>Inadequate Holding
Tank Venting Causes Three 
      Major Problems:</u></font></p>
    <p align="left"><font size="4" color="#FFFFFF">1) Foul Odours in the RV!<br>
      Annoying holding tank odours and fumes usually enter the RV living space 
      during travel or when exposed to wind while parked and long-term storage. 
      Excessive fume build-up in a holding tank can easily migrate into the living 
      space with just the slightest air pressure difference between the rooftop 
      and RV interior.</font></p>
    <p align="left"><font size="4" color="#FFFFFF">2) Health Risks<br>
      Every time an RV'er smells either tank deodorizer or foul tank contents 
      he is inhaling methane, ammonia, formaldehydes and other toxins from decomposing 
      waste and chemical additives. The confined space of an RV has insufficient 
      air volume to safely dilute these gasses.</font></p>
    <p align="left"><font size="4" color="#FFFFFF">3) Ecological Issues<br>
      Government agencies have discovered extremely high levels of formaldehyde 
      and other toxins at many septic facilities, causing serious concern over 
      these chemicals leaching into the ground as well as inhibiting the breakdown 
      of the waste. The source of the problem is the overuse of deodorizers that 
      are administered into RV holding tanks in an attempt to mask the sewage 
      odours. During the last ten years numerous septic facilities have been shut 
      down, many others are failing due to excessive chemical content.</font></p>
    <p align="left"><font size="4" color="#FFFFFF">Present Systems do not vent
sufficiently!<br>
      Due to the design of an RV sewer system, holding tank odours continually 
      accumulate with no chance of exiting except for partial airflow during tank 
      draining. This stagnant gas mixture has no place to go and will definitely 
      not climb up the vent stack on its own, but will easily migrate into the 
      RV living space if the pressure inside the holding tank is higher than the 
      RV interior. The vent pipe is the only breathing facility for the holding 
      tank besides the toilet. Unfortunately, when wind blows across the standard 
      roof top vent cap, it creates high pressure in the pipe and pushes the holding 
      tank gasses to the closest outlet, the toilet. The average RV living space 
      is less than 250 sq. ft., and with a 40 gallon holding tank containing decomposing 
      waste, it takes a minimal amount of air pressure difference to flood the 
      RV interior with extremely foul smells. In both the black and grey water 
      tank, strong additives are required to overcome these smells.</font></p>
    <p align="center"><font size="4" color="#FFFFFF"><br>
      SOLUTION - Increase holding tank venting.<br>
      <br>
      The source of the problem can be eliminated with a redesigned breather system 
      attached to the vent pipe that actually draws the fumes out of the holding 
      tank on a continuous basis. When there is a breeze, it can be used to drain 
      the fume build up and create a continuous low air pressure in the tank making 
      it virtually impossible to have any odours ever enter the living space. This 
      system keeps a flow of fresh air in the black water tank creating a much-improved 
      aerobic environment for bacteria and the breakdown process of solid waste. 
      With no wind, regardless of the type of vent cap on the rooftop, there will 
      be no air pressure difference there for no problem. With a properly vented 
      system, formaldehydes are definitely not necessary, and only small amounts 
      of organic deodorizers will be required to permanently eliminate holding 
      tank odours.</font></p>
    <p><font color="#FFFFFF"><font size="4">PERMANENT SOLUTION - The RV360
- A Vent unit 
      that actually vents!<br>
      The RV360 easily replaces the conventional breather pipe vent cap. It is 
      a simple device using basic physics to allow for a continuous draw of odours 
      and gasses from RV holding tanks. Instead of wind passing over the roof 
      increasing the problem, the RV360 uses the wind to permanently resolve the 
      problem, regardless of the wind strength or direction. The exhaust port 
      will always point down wind, drawing all odours up the vent pipe and out 
      of the tank, allowing a gentle intake of fresh air to enter the tank cavity. 
      A good example of the effects of low air pressure is how the odours from 
      the holding tanks are sucked up to the front of a motor home or coach when 
      the cab windows are open during travel. The RV360 creates more of a pressure 
      difference and will eliminate all travel related odours in any RV. Using 
      environmentally friendly deodorizers present no risk during handling and 
      ensure no ecological concerns at septic stations. </font><br>
    </font>
    </p>
    <p><b><i><font face="Verdana" size="5" color="#FFFF00">To get
more 
        information <a href="mailto:info@mgi-pages.com?Subject=RV360">CLICK 
    HERE</a></font></i></b></p>
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