With so many little pieces and parts that go into a complete water system, it can be easy to forget about a few until you're setting it all up. To help you avoid that situation, we've compiled those little parts here. So whether you're setting up a fresh water, gray water, or a black water tank, you can have everything you need for a job well done.
Knowing how much water is in your tanks is an important part of being prepared for a trip. No one wants to take a shower only to have the water run out halfway through. On the other side of this, you don't want to overflow your black water tank because the sensors didn't give you an accurate reading. To prevent both of these uncomfortable situations, it's best to invest in high-quality sensors. Our water tank sensors are designed to provide more accurate readings above the other models on the market today. Keeping you prepared and comfortable, these sensors are the solution.
In order for your water system to connect to your water tanks, you'll need fittings. These provide the exits and entrances of your water tank as well as the locations for the sensors. For high-quality fittings, check out our selection here on our site!
Unless your RV has direct access to your fresh water tanks, you'll need a length of hose to get the water from your fill hatch to your water tanks. With the two options here, you can have either completely ribbed or partially ribbed, depending on your system. Either way, these tubes are made of high-quality and durable plastic designed to last for many years, providing reliable use during its life.
Black water tanks are not the prettiest part of any RV and many people like to spend as little time as possible dealing with them. To help with this, these waste digesters help break down waste inside of the tank, helping with dumping. They also help to keep the tank clean and free of build-up. To help you make the black water holding tank experience a more pleasant one, these waste digester packets are here and are easy to use.