From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Basic or older RVs and trailers may not have a hot water heater. However, campers still want hot or warm water for washing dishes or hands. Enter the vacuum pot – sometimes called an Air Pot.
These hot beverage dispensers are used in restaurants, job sites, gas stations and cafés. You’ll often find them on the back table at a conference or special event.
They keep coffee and tea hot for up six to eight hours and can hold several quarts of liquid. Hot water or beverages are dispensed via a vacuum by pumping a lever or a button at the top of the pot.
Some vacuum pots come in stylish colors or patterns, so you can match them to your RV’s décor.
Vacuum pots are also lightweight and portable and can be placed on a picnic table or inside a camper for dispensing hot water on demand. You just have to heat up water on the stove in the morning and pour it into the pot for use during the day.
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