Boondocking with AquaGo

Submitted by taig_admin on Wed, 06/26/2019 - 02:31

For successful boondocking, steps need to be taken to conserve water, gas and electricity. Did you know that having the luxury of instant hot water with the Truma AquaGo can also save resources while RVing off the grid? Let’s take a look at how. 

Conserve Electricity 

Truma’s on the Move!

Submitted by taig_admin on Wed, 06/26/2019 - 02:41

After months of planning, scouting out the perfect location and many meetings to decide how to best serve our customers in our new home, Truma will have a new North American headquarters in Elkhart, Indiana AKA - The RV Capital of the US! Look for our new building during the Elkhart RV Open House in September.

Winterizing your Truma AquaGo or Truma Combi

Submitted by Truma_admin on Wed, 06/26/2019 - 12:42
AquaGo easy drain lever

Winterizing your Truma AquaGo

The Truma AquaGo Easy Drain Lever makes winterization a quick and painless process.

Step 1: Begin by turning off the Truma AquaGo and give the unit time to cool down. Put the AquaGo water system in a non-pressurized state by turning off the pump or incoming water supply and relieve the pressure by opening hot and cold water fixtures. The unit should be placed in bypass in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

Step 2: Simply release the yellow “Easy Drain Lever” to empty the mixing vessel.


Submitted by taig_admin on Tue, 07/16/2019 - 12:00

So how can an RV water heater say so much? Well, remember seeing those Intel commercials urging you to look for computers with “Intel inside”? Intel gave you confidence that those computer brands were higher quality than others without that Intel emblem. You can apply the same thinking to RVs. As you are reading this blog there’s a good chance you own an RV with Truma On Board. If so, you have invested wisely in an RV brand that makes a strong effort to provide owners with an experience well above the average.