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vonslatt 02-11-2005 11:16 AM

Black/Gray Tanks - need both?
 
Hi All,

In the interest of keeping-it-simple I'm considering a single 100 gallon black water tank instead of the traditional black and grey tanks.

The only thing that I can think of that might be an issue is "sloshing" while on the road sucking the trap water from sinks and letting vapors into the bus. That, I think, could be dealt with with a big ball valve to seal the sink drain while in motion.

What do you all think?

Jake.

Quest_techie 02-11-2005 07:52 PM

first off I know nothing about plumbing, but are there 1 way valves (I know they exist for air and things) for this sort of thing? other people probably have bettter ideas

frey2 02-14-2005 08:17 AM

thats what im doing on our bus, since we have no shower i did not see the need to have a gray tank, just the 46 gal black tank. The sucking effect should be no problem as long as the tank is vented well.

pangaia 02-20-2005 07:58 PM

Ditto
 
Since my conversion is a rather quicky one and frankly, I'm not too into having a shower unit (height is an issue in my bus), I'm happy just having a larger black water tank as well. Large enough for the toliet and kitchen.

captainkf 04-02-2005 11:03 PM

Re: Single waste water tank
 
So, how is the single grey/black water tank working? -Richard

vonslatt 04-03-2005 10:16 PM

Well, I haven't got to tanks yet, but I haven't come across any reason not to have a single tank, so it's still the plan.


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