RV Macerator Toilet

Having a restroom in your RV is always appreciated for those long road trips when you are traveling for hours at a time. They are also beneficial when you park your RV at a rest station, so you don’t have to go outside to use the restroom. Installing a RV macerator toilet would be a great choice for you to make. This pump eliminates the need to use gravity. Unlike portable toilets where the waste always goes down, you are able to choose whether it goes up or down into your pumps, depending on how you have your system set up. This waste then is transferred into the holding tank until you are ready to remove it.

Installing an RV Macerator toilet is extremely easy. All you need to do is twist on the unit which can be completed in less than 10 minutes. You won’t need to call a professional in to help with this job as it can be done but anyone who is able to read a few simple instructions. Caring for this pump is easy and requires little to no maintenance work. The key thing you will need to remember is not to flush anything down the toilet besides toilet paper as anything else could end up clogging. Not only do these pumps cut down less clogging, they also decrease the chances of messes during waste removal. You won’t have to worry about wearing dirty clothes and gloves by disposing as this is a pretty clean job. This pump will work with the RV turned on or off since it operates on the RV’s battery. You have many choices of different units to use. You can purchase a unit that will run dry for several flushes, a portable unit (which is great for times that you are camping), and a non-permanent attachment that allows you to remove the pump when you are disposing the waste.


Your family will greatly appreciate a RV Macerator toilet for their traveling needs. You as the driver will also benefit from it since you won’t need to be stopping at a restroom various times in a trip. It is definitely worth spending the extra money to purchase something that your entire family will use.

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