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March '16

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80 • RV PRO • MARCH 2016 rv-pro.com PERMANENTLY ATTACHED SEWER HOSE SYSTEM Lippert Components, Elkhart, Ind., presents the Waste Master RV sewer management system, which minimizes the gross factor with premium features including an industrial-grade cam lock to ensure a leak- resistant connection to the sewer outlet. The Waste Master hose is 5 feet, 6 inches compressed and 20 feet extended with the helical coil on the outside, preventing waste from getting trapped inside. The nozzle features an easy-grip handle, integrated shut-off valve, 90-degree discharge port and clear view port. www.lippertcomponents.com SPECIAL PRODUCT FOCUS: Fresh Water & Sanitation Whether it's holding tank treatments, waste management systems or just decorative fixtures, few parts and accesso- ries have a bigger impact on the overall RVing experience than the products listed in this section. Choosing the right products can mean an odor-free, leak-free experience where fresh water and sanitation can almost be an afterthought. For more information on any of the products in this section, type the website address that appears below a respec- tive product listing into a website browser. Viewers of the digital edition of the magazine can simply click their mouse on any listing to be taken directly to the respective company's website. HOLDING TANK CLEANER FIGHTS BUILDUP Walex Products Co., Wilmington, N.C., presents Com- mando Black Holding Tank Cleaner. Walex has developed an advanced super-concentrated enzyme formula to fight back against tough residual buildup that can result in false readings. Commando Black Tank Cleaner penetrates deep into tank walls and sensors to clean and remove lingering odor, waste and paper buildup. This advanced formula cleans an entire RV tank in 12 to 24 hours. It is avail- able in retail bag of four drop-ins, and commercial size 40-pack containers. www.rvsanitation.com

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