When temperatures drop, water in the pipes of your recreational vehicle (RV) may freeze and damage hydraulic system. Use a water blowout adapter to vent residual water using compressed air.
Prepare your recreational vehicles (RV), camper van or fifth wheel for wintertime. Summer is behind us. With temperature cooling down, residual water from water lines may freeze and cause damages to hydraulic circuits. Ice is denser than water and occupies a larger volume. It expands until it bursts its container, in this case the RV piping. Don’t ignore this danger. Drain residual water from the plumbing lines using a water blowout adapter. A simple and safe way to evacuate water to winterize your RV.
Here is a short instructional video that demonstrates how to drain water from an RV’s plumbing.
We strongly recommend installing a pressure regulator or a Series 62 SAVEAIR® preset pressure regulator:
Here are some reviews from users after they tried one of the water blowout adapter kits to drain water from their recreational vehicle.
“Simple and easy to use. Great quality.”
“Works as expected. Connectors are watertight and the device is very easy to use.”
“Works perfectly to blow out my inground sprinkler system.”