The Ultimate Touring Shower
The GLIND Cape Yorker
with the GLIND Sand Filter
click here to see the Cape Yorker and Sand Filter in action
A truly portable, travel anywhere pressurised camping shower system
and you can vary the flow and pressure of your Cape Yorker
The pumps open flow is a whopping 11 l/min and
the cut out pressure is a massive 50 psi, you choose by adjusting the flow rate at the shower head.
If you intend to use this product with a Glind heat exchanger, please let GLIND know at the time of ordering so the extra couplings can be added (at no cost) to the order.
When you need a shower while camping 4WDing or boating, or need pressurised water in a camp kitchen, or need water to clean fish or wash the dog, or fill water containers or the water tank of your camper trailer, or hose out the boat when you’re on Fraser, this compact unit is built with top quality components including the super efficient and ultra reliable Flojet pressure pump, and it is all housed in a rugged tough case.
You can match the Cape Yorker with a Glind heat exchanger for hot water, or heat water in a drum over a fire or have a cold shower like we do in the tropics. A Glind Sand Spear Filter is included so you can travel anywhere and draw water from the sandiest, saltiest of environments.
It is perfectly suited to pumping from drums, buckets, jerry cans or on board water tanks, but the 11 l/min model has the grunt you need if you intend on pumping from rivers or creek.
With awesome flow and pressure, the Glind Cape Yorker is one of the most reliable, toughest camping, boating or 4WDing accessories you can buy.
This is not a toy, it is serious equipment,
we don’t built crap at Glind.
Voltage/Current 12V DC, 5.2 amps, use a 10 amp fuse
Liquid temp up to 60’C maximum
Pressure 50 psi shut off
Flow rate 11 l/min maximum
Suction capacity Vertical lift, 2.0m (6.0 ft) + as far again above pump
Suction hose 2.0m (6.0ft) of ½” hose supplied, max is 10.0m (30.0 ft)
Delivery hose 6.0m (20.0ft) of ½” CVT which is the maximum length
Power cable 2.0m (6.0ft) twin core flex with inline fuse holder with alligator clamps
Case dimensions 350mm (L) x 300mm (W) x 150mm (H)
Important safety Instructions
Do not use system to pump petrol or flammable liquids, this is only to be used to pump water
Do not leave appliance with power cable connected, disconnect when not in use
Never submerse the box and pump in water, never spray water in box or operate in the rain. This will cause electrical failure and void warranty. Always keep system dry
The flow rate at the shower head is adjustable. The pump will shut off if the shower head flow valve is fully shut off. The pump will reactivate once the flow valve on the shower head is re-opened
If appliance is to be used where fine beach sand may enter pump, use a specific Sand Spear Filter which is available from GLIND WATER HEATERS and PUMPS
Do not use without inline filter in place
Discharge residual pressure and water from appliance when not in use. The pump is designed to be run dry for short periods
When not in use, leave safety case open to air out and dry
Do not attempt to disassemble this product
Always use the recommended fuse for the 12 V appliance
Any misuse of this product in any way will void the 12 month warranty
POSTAGE IS $12.95
Standard Registered Australia Post for any Glind product and any quantity, Australian customers only
THE SPACE SAVING
GLIND CAPE YORKER
Fitting and operating notes for connecting the Glind Cape Yorker and the Glind Automotive Heat Exchanger
- Insert Glind Heat Exchanger into coolant feed line and secure.
Note: Coolant MUST flow in the opposite direction to the fresh water
- There are connectors in the Cape Yorker shower hose
- These can be separated by sliding back the collar of the female connector and removing the male joiner
- Fittings to the Glind Heat Exchanger can be place anywhere externally or in an easily accessible place in the engine bay
- Ensure male connector is on the Glind Heat Exchanger freshwater feed side and the female on the shower outlet side.
This provides the correct direction of flow
Sketch of how it works