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Thetford’s new Sani-Con Turbo showcased at RVIA

Thetford’s new Sani-Con Turbo showcased at RVIA

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – RV dealers and manufacturers can see exactly how Thetford Corporation’s new Sani-Con Turbo works when they visit the company’s new location in the North Wing Lobby, Booth 269, at the RVIA Show in Louisville next week.

Thetford will have a Sani-Con Turbo working demonstration in the booth – enabling visitors to think differently about a chore that many have long considered to be the worst part of the RVing: emptying holding tanks.

Built around a macerating pump time-tested to be reliable in harsh outdoor environments, Sani-Con Turbo is a manufacturer-installed system that delivers sanitary waste evacuation, a release from the company stated.

Sani-Con Turbo speeds up the process by eliminating set-up and clean-up time. Without connections to make or break, RVers also face fewer messy spills, the release continued.

“Speed and cleanliness are major benefits,” said Derry Yourman, senior product manager. “Also, while traditional gravity hose systems only dump downhill and over a short distance, Sani-Con Turbo’s macerator can pump uphill and 150 feet horizontally – providing an RVer with unparalleled holding-tank emptying flexibility.

“Meanwhile, manufacturers installing Sani-Con Turbo differentiate themselves from their competitors,” he added, “helping to increase sales and build long-term customer satisfaction. It is also customizable and can be installed on a variety of floor plans. Sani-Con Turbo is a winner all the way around.”

SOURCE: Thetford press release

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About Darian Armer

Darian Armer is the assistant editor for RV Daily Report. She lives in Billings, Montana, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three stepchildren. Introduced to the RV industry in 2012, she is happy to be writing for one of the greatest industries around.

One comment

  1. I think it is great that Thetford is continuing to develop new approaches to that distasteful deed of emptying holding tanks. Hopefully this is yet another step in the right direction. There is on the horizon another system that will come into play called THE ZLD. This system doesn’t discharge the waste into the ground as all the others with the exception of the incinerate toilet. The ZLD will actually eliminate the waste by routing it through the exhaust of an engine after reducing the waste into particles in a 20K thickness. So, between Thetford and other methods, the tasteless deed may just become a memory.

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