|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|01-02-2009 10:00 AM|
Some things to think about;
Have fun with it and do nor rush.
|01-02-2009 07:09 AM|
|xort||2 vent lines can help with air flow. Bigger is better. No low spots in the line.|
|01-02-2009 06:13 AM|
|celenoglu||For any type of hose used for inlet and outlet, the best method of odor management is to use aluminum bands for covering the hose. The self sticking aluminum bands used for air duckts works well for this job.|
|01-02-2009 05:43 AM|
|sailingdog||I'd second what sailorman said. Leaving any significant amount of waste in the tank to settle is a really bad idea.|
|01-02-2009 01:52 AM|
|badsanta||I went with the ronco. I had all the connections come out the top. Pump in, inspection, vent and a pickup tube that reached almost to the bottom. I did it this way so if there is a broken hose or fitting everything stays in the tank. Where it is supposed to stay, not like my last aluminum tank. when you get the tank you can have the connections put anywhere you want.|
|01-02-2009 12:39 AM|
Good Luck !
|01-01-2009 11:28 PM|
Holding Tank Replacement
One of my winter projects is replacing the holding tank, y valve, macerator etc.
I have decided on only one item the trident green stripe hose as its the most pliable low odor hose to work with.
What tanks have you got- I am torn between, ronco and sealand...Sealand seems more expensive and not sure why?
Where are the inlets/ outlets located? inlet from head should be at the top I beleive, Is there any negatives to having the outlet at the bottom side wall going to the y valve from there ( after the Y is either the macerator or the pump out? If the outlet is on top..will the dip tune get clogged or leave a sediment in the bottom of the tank? Inspection port and vent outlets at the top I beleive.
Thanks for your suggestions.