Tornado Permanent Tank Rinser with Remote Connection

Catalog Item # 28091

Finally you can use rotary power to literally blast the walls of your sewage holding tank clean!

With a 360 degree rotating head, and ten high pressure nozzles, the Tornado's powerful spray reaches every area of your holding tank. The Tornado's moving water jets help push toilet paper and debris from sensor probes and tank walls...including hard-to-reach tank corners. Probes need to be free of residual material to read correctly. No hoses to bring through windows or stick down toilets. This complete ratary tank rinser kit comes with remove connection, six feet of hose, Tornado rinser and vacuum breaker.

Technical Specifications

1.2 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 29 reviews (4 Based on 29 Reviews)

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best tank rinser yet

by Steve O'Bosky – February 02, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

This is the second one I have installed. I have Three Rvs and may replace the other brand with one of these as they work so much b

Get ready for leaks!!! But, they do work.

by Larry P. Matthews, Jr. – May 05, 2007
4 out of 5 stars

I installed a Tornado in my black water tank and a Quickie flush in my gray water tank. When i fired them up.......both leaked.

Good investment

by Andrew Tom – October 13, 2006
5 out of 5 stars

I purchased the Tornado this year, and can not believe how much extra black water you get out that normal does not come out with a

Oh boy! Cool.

by Grady R Workman III – October 07, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

Ordered two; one for black tank and 1 for grey tank. Had my man install using half clear plastic tubing, two cutoff valves and m

Wish I'd found it sooner!!!!!

by keith winsett – May 26, 2008
5 out of 5 stars

This thing ROCKS! I installed it late last camping season, and used it once, was pretty impressed. Just got back from a long w

by Steven – December 12, 2015
The hose is 6 feet.
by Camping World – January 21, 2016
by bob – August 02, 2013
Per the installation instructions, this mounts 2" down from the top, on the side of the tank.
by Camping World – August 08, 2013

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