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Waste Master Ultimate Sewer Hose Storage Sysem

Waste Master Ultimate Sewer Hose Storage System Before and After

Ultimate Sewer Hose Storage

What’s great about the Waste Master Ultimate Sewer Hose Storage System, is that the black storage enclosure installed under the RV not only stores the hose, but it stays connected at all times.  For storage and while emptying the holding tanks.  Kind of like putting gas in your car.  You don’t have to attach connectors onto the gas pump so why should you, when you’re dealing with holding tank waste?

Can The Waste Master Hose Be Disconnected?

Yes, and it’s very easy because it is attached with an industrial strength cam loc fitting.  Simply pull on the two cam arms and your hose comes loose.

Waste Master Cam Loc Open

 

What if I Need More Extension?

Just disconnect your sewer hose and in that same outlet you’ll attach your 20 foot extension hose.  Then attach your usual Waste Master sewer hose to the end of the extension hose.  Now you have 40 feet of hose!

Waste Master 20 ft Extension Hose

 

Don’t need that much?  No problem.  Thanks to Waste Master’s Sta-Put feature, the hose stays extended to your desired length and won’t spring back.

Waste-Master-Hose-Sta-Put-Feature

 

Interested in finding out if the Waste Master Ultimate Sewer Hose Storage System can be installed on your RV?  Here is a checklist that takes you through the necessary measurements.

Quick Check for 5th Wheels, Travel Trailers & Toy Haulers

 

Have a motorhome?  Pre-connection and storage in the wet bay is possible on many motorhomes.  See the checklist below to find out if yours is a good candidate.

Quick Check for Motorhomes

 

 

Many of our customers install it themselves but you can also take it to an RV repair facility or make and appointment to have it installed here by our RV waste specialists.

To schedule an install, call us toll free at:  (877) 787-8833.

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Another Option for Permanently Connecting your Waste Master Hose on your RV

Here at Drain Master, we had the pleasure of meeting one of our customers last winter when he and his wife stopped by to get some help with a modification to their RV that would make using their Waste Master Sewer hose system even cleaner, easier and trouble free.  Ray and his wife Anne have a wonderful website www.loveryourrv.com where they share their full timing experiences, RV tips, upgrades and modifications. Ray posted and excellent article and supporting video, detailing the modification which you’ll want to check out.  Once you’ve read it go ahead and explore the site further. We think you’ll find many interesting tips and articles.

Excerpt from www.loveyourrv.com by Ray Burr

You may remember last year I gave the Waste Master RV Sewer System a full Love Your RV review. I was very impressed with the design and quality of the hose and connections. In the last year, it hasn’t failed to live up to my high expectations.

The only major beef I had with the sewer hose was the permanently attached 90-degree head, storage was an issue. It would not easily slide into the rear bumper like my old hose did. I ended up building a custom carrier for it mounted on top of the bumper. This arrangement worked well enough however I’ve since come to realize there may be a much better solution.

Soon after my review was published I was contacted by Doug Swarts of DrainMaster.com. He is a long time RVer and the designer of the Waste Master Sewer System. Doug informed me he envisioned the sewer hose to be always hooked to the RV. Therefore it would be unnecessary to decouple it between campsites. No more dribbling stinky slinky to deal with when breaking camp. The Waste Master hose would live in its own storage box or sleeve.  Read the Full Article HERE

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RV Sewer Connections – Bayonet vs RV Cam Lock

Years ago while full timing, I always had issues with connecting my sewer hose to the RV, as well as, between the hose and the fitting. I didn’t have an RV Cam Lock. The bayonet fitting on my RV, as it is with almost all other RVs, is a male 4 pin connection, while the hose end is a female with the seal located in it.

This arrangement seemed odd, so I began to look at how other industries transferred liquids from vehicles. The first thing I noticed was the cobayonet fitting vs rv cam locknnections were completely different, not just in material thickness, to take the abuse of constant usage, but also the way the industrial fittings work. Industry standard fittings are all “compression” fittings, in other words when the male fitting comes in contact with the seal, it is compressed into the seal either with 2 cams or with a threaded ring, which is used extensively on fire trucks. The 2 cam arms are usedon fuel trucks, as seen below.

fuel truck connection - not rv cam lock

This difference is significant when high pressure is needed, as with fire trucks and is as important when transferring fuel, even though the fuel is not under pressure, other than what is created by the tank. The need to have a connection that insured a fail proof connection made the “compression” style fitting a standard in all industries, with the exception of the RV industry.

Human waste is by no means as harmful when spilled, as fuel or as accident prone as a pressurized fire hose connection coming loose, but human waste is considered an environmental hazard!

Further study revealed that all commercial vehicles have the female fitting on the vehicle and the male fitting on the hose, exactly opposite to the RV bayonet system. The reason the male is on the hose in commercial applications is that the male fittings are just slightly larger than the hose itself, so are easier to store and handle the hose and extension hose assemblies.

Over the past 5 years we have never had a customer say they didn’t like the Cam Loc fitting and in fact we get compliments all the time on the secure feeling the user gets while dumping the holding tanks.

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To hear what others are saying about the cam loc fitting, simply google RV cam lock or click this link to see a comment from the IRV2.com forum http://www.irv2.com/forums/f52/no-leak-sewer-hose-system-76084.html

Watch the RV Doctor show you how the system works. https://youtu.be/j-mehVSn6Ws

We are always happy to talk to you directly if you have question, 877 787 8833 toll free.