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Holding Tank Emptying System Leaves No Mess

This Powerful System Makes This Job Easier & Cleaner

The most distasteful job of RVing is emptying the rig's holding tank. But, with Thetford's Sani-Con System, the entire process is cleaner, more sanitary and convenient. It's incredibly simple for any owner or family member to use.

Without relying on gravity, Sani-Con utilizes a heavy-duty transfer and macerating pump and works much like a household garbage disposal. It grinds and liquefies black water waste, then pumps it through an extra heavy-duty 1" diameter discharge hose.

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The powerful macerating pump can pump waste up terrain without a constant slope or clumsy hose supports. "For the last 2 weekends I used the Sani-Con, it pumped slightly uphill 170' away and didn't have any problems," said Rick Ruble, a satisfied customer.

Sani-Con features a long-lasting discharge hose that stretches up to 21', then retracts more than 80% to a convenient 7' to save storage space. At the end of the hose is an easy-to-use threaded nozzle designed to fit securely into a variety of dump station inlets, keeping users clean and eliminating the need for additional adapters.

The nozzle has a screw-on cap to keep the entire operation easy and clean. The cap prevents drips and spills during storage, making the unit more sanitary and less odorous than traditional sewer hoses. Thetford's Sani-Con System is available in both permanently installed and portable models.

Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Thetford Corp. is the world's leading supplier of sanitation and refrigeration products for the recreational vehicle, marine and heavy-duty truck industries. Thetford is a privately-held company with eight manufacturing facilities in four nations.

Thetford subsidiaries include Norcold, America's leading manufacturer of gas-absorption refrigerators and freezers for the RV, marine and truck markets; Tecma, a producer of fine-china toilets and powerful waste-transfer systems based in Italy; and Spinflo, a unit in England that manufactures high-quality cooking and heating appliances as well as accessories.

Contact local dealers or Thetford, 7101 Jackson Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. Toll-free 800-543-1219 or 734-769-6000; Fax: 734-769-2023; info@thetford.com; www.thetford.com.

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