• Ray
    1.1k
    In this video, I update you on how the Waste Master Sewer System I have been using for seven years is holding up. I will give you a look at the condition of the hoses and demo it on the action using my Drain Master electric waste valves that I installed over four years ago.

    I show how I hooked the system up to my macerator pump and sewer tote for off-grid waste dumping. Adapters need to be used to go from the Waste Master cam lock system to the bayonet fittings on the tote and macerator. Also, you'll get a look at how I store all my fresh water and sewer components.



    Related Links:

    Waste Master Sewer System Related Posts/Videos - https://www.loveyourrv.com/?s=waste+master

    How I Handle Our RV Boondocking Fresh Water and Waste - https://www.loveyourrv.com/how-i-handle-our-rv-boondocking-fresh-water-and-waste/

    Drain Master Electric Valves, Storage Boxes, and Hoses - https://drainmaster.com/rv/

    RV Plumbing Videos - https://www.loveyourrv.com/tag/plumbing/
  • Drew
    61
    Great that it's all held up! I bought a Polychute about twelve years ago which is nearly identical to the Wastemaster ( both in appearance and price). The company went out of business about 2 years after I bought it but the hose and nozzle has held up perfectly.

    Polychute
  • Ray
    1.1k
    It looks like an early version. I'll have to ask Doug at Drain Master if that was the one he first designed.

    Actually, I just searched the Drain Master website, and sure enough, the Polychute was an earlier version. Its reference in several places https://drainmaster.com/rv/search/node/polychute
  • Drew
    61
    Interesting Ray. So you think this was Doug's earlier invention? I can only remember there was very little mention from Polychute's site about what it's new direction might be. Thanks! Are you going to contact Doug for more info? If not, I might.
  • Ray
    1.1k
    I'm not sure from what I can find online it was a collaboration between PolyChute and Drain Master. I can ask him if you like.
  • Drew
    61
    Yes, Ray thanks. Mine has been a great hose-only one exception: the o-ring on the female bayonet connector was always falling out. I had to put some rtv sealant there and it's been fine ever since. Tell him that I tried to become a distributor and had my site all set up.
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