I am designing a black tank and want to make sure I haven't forgotten anything before I hand the design over to the manufacturer and wonder if the forum can add any ideas or suggestions.
I will have an black water
inlet, an outlet for an air vent, an outlet for a pump-out, and outlet for a drain through-hull, and an auxiliary outlet to feed another tank. I will add one or two inspection
The tank is about 100 litres, will receive from a Blake Lavac
manual toilet, and will be made of plastic (for tanks).
Does it make any difference where the pump-out outlet is situated? Presumably it should be positioned at the bottom of the tank to aid evacuation of the tank?
I have never pumped out a tank before...so what do you do...do you close off all inlets and outlets and just leave the vent open before you pump-out...or??
Thanks for your help everybody.