I have had the Sunline Factory sprayer sold to me as a kit. It looks like this. I installed this in my T2499 opposite the tank outlet. That tank was a long tank and the outlet at the end of it down hill on a lower sump.
It is a different brand then the Camco Quickie flush but essentially the same thing. A closed pipe with holes drilled in it on angles.
On the new T310SR I installed 2, Tornando’s in the black tank. This black tank due to the extended season enclosed compartment tanks is more flat and square. The dump pipe is in the middle and the tank not so deep. This now delivers 2 times the water as the T2499 with the Sunline version.
I also use the RV hydroflush. It’s the flush king without the slider valve. The hydro flush had a clear fitting so I can see what it is I am doing.
The end results of both are about the same. This is what I have to do to get “it” all out and the paper is the worst. But I get it out.
Slowly open drain valve until the hose is flowing.
Then open drain valve all the way.
Turn on flusher, dump some more.
Turn off flusher, wait until it drains. Stuff then comes.
Turn flusher back on, Let it flush until clear, then Turn off flusher, wait until it drains. Stuff then comes.
Do this a few times and then close the dump valve and let it fill for about 1 to 2 minutes.
Dump as there is now about 10 to 15 gallons of water in there. More stuff comes.
Then do the sprayers on and off until it finally it runs clear and clean. May do 1 more partial fill and dump. It all depends how many days we have gone for.
I also used some washing soda (Arm and Hammer brand) to soften the water in the black tank. It does help as I can tell stuff slides out easier verses when I do not use it.
The holes in any of these sprayers are not that big and do not deliver much more then about 3 maybe 5 GPM if that.
Before the sprayers in the tank, I used the rotary hand wand, And it has some serious flying around water, but it too does not put out a ton of water. That is until it fly’s apart in the bathroom like my shut off valve did…..then you cannot shut it off fast enough….
I’m still more happy with the tank sprayers and even having 2 of them in 1 tank, still takes time but it is more convenient then pulling the hose up in the bathroom window.
It seems that if I do not stop the flushing and let it drain then restart the flush that the water just flows over the stuff and it stays in. By letting it drain, it moves to the outlet faster.