March '17

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78 • RV PRO • March 2017 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T Whether it's holding tank treatments, waste management systems or just decorative fixtures, few parts and accessories 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 respective 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. SPECIAL PRODUCT FOCUS: Fresh Water & Sanitation SUPER-TOUGH SEWER HOSE Camco Mfg., Greensboro, N.C., introduces its updated Rhino Extreme. New features include: an exoskeleton design that bears the brunt of abrasion, protecting the sewer hose from pinholes and helping to prevent leaks; a hose that is both crushproof and collapsible; and an improved compression ratio for storage over the previous RhinoExtreme design. Rhi- noExtreme kits now also feature clear sewer elbows rather than translucent ones, to better see when waste tanks are empty. The new hose is constructed of the same durable Thermoplastic Elastomer material and contains UV-inhibitors to help prolong the life of the hose. www.camco.net FRESH WATER TANKS IN MANY SIZES Icon Technologies Ltd., Winkler, Manitoba, Canada, introduces its line of Fresh Water Tanks. These new tanks are available in 25 sizes ranging from 6 gallons to 63 gallons in capacity. The tanks are roto-molded and feature one-piece construction for durability. Spin fittings are pre-installed on many models, but also offered separately. The tanks are per- fect fits for many popular units; simply slide in and reattach hookups and fill. The tanks also offer a nice option for increasing capacity or replacing a worn-out and leaky tank. www.icondirect.com

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