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Getting closer to the install of the first set of drawers. I want to add some furniture wax to the slides and see how they slide, before I put the assembly in place.

I have no reason to think they won't work, but I want to make sure before I screw the assembly in place.



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I have 2 questions for anyone who knows more about this than I do.

1. If I divert the urine from the toilet to the gray tank, is that still considered ... gray tank? Black tank, would only have to be black only, with water, of course, correct?

2. Does anyone know of a 120 volt ac inline water heater, that is able to control the temperature of the water by adjusting the voltage to attain the correct output temperature? I don't want to just use a mixer to add cold water to get the correct temp.

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I have always filled my Gray tank faster than the black and my coach dumps the bathroom sink into the black. Only the kitchen and shower dump to the gray and it still fills up about twice as fast.


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On my coach, the toilet and kitchen sink go into the black and the bathroom sink and shower go into the grey. Based on our use patter they fill at a comparable rate.


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Posted: 04/23/21 04:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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sundancer268 wrote:

I have always filled my Gray tank faster than the black and my coach dumps the bathroom sink into the black. Only the kitchen and shower dump to the gray and it still fills up about twice as fast.


BigRabbitMan wrote:

On my coach, the toilet and kitchen sink go into the black and the bathroom sink and shower go into the grey. Based on our use patter they fill at a comparable rate.


Thanks for the posts.

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LouLawrence wrote:

You Cray Cray!




Yea, pretty much.

My thought process was how it would work using an incinerating toilet, but hadn't researched it at all.

Turns out, that the incinerating toilet will burn both solids and liquids, and save a bunch of water.

Just looking at my options.

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Anybody with info on the inline electric water heater?

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Have you googled something like "constant temperature tankless water heater"?
The ones I could come with were all 240V - which makes sense, as heating water quickly takes a lot of energy.
If it is not a tankless system, I don't know how you could go without mixing in cold water to achieve the desired temperature.


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joerg68 wrote:

Have you googled something like "constant temperature tankless water heater"?
The ones I could come with were all 240V - which makes sense, as heating water quickly takes a lot of energy.
If it is not a tankless system, I don't know how you could go without mixing in cold water to achieve the desired temperature.



I have not. I thought maybe someone on here was familiar with tankless electric water heaters, and could save me some research time.

Thanks for the info.

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