17WHD 37 GAL. WASTE & WATER TANK 40 1/2" X24" X10"

17WHD 37 GAL. WASTE & WATER TANK 40 1/2" X24" X10"

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$423.61 $338.89 (You save $84.72)
SKU 17WHD
Weight 0.00 LBS
Height 24.00
Width 40.50
Depth 10.00
Availability In Stock

Due to the many options involved with ordering this product, please download the order form and fax it back to us.

Wall Thickness for Heavy Duty tanks is a minimum of 5/16"..

Length, Width and Height dimensions are indicated in inches to the nearest 1/8".

The Gallonage shown for each tank is nominal and not intended to be exact.

All tanks are natural white unless otherwise specified.

Fittings will be located per customer¬ís specifications with 1/4", 3/8",1/2",3/4",1", 1-1/2", 2"or 3" threaded inlets or outlets.  The materials will be non-toxic FDA accepted linear polyethylene.

Installation Instructions: (0-40 Gallons)

Marine and R.V. ta nks should always be stored out of direct sunlight and protected from freezing.  Prior to installations, tanks should be at room temperature for a minimum of six (6) hours.  The tank must be installed on a flat or contoured matched surface, be clean and totally supported in all planes with marine plywood or equivalent.

Install tubing and fittings so that there are no points of stress on the tank.  Use elbows to prevent partial bending or collapsing of the tubing when a change in direction is required.

Plastic tank connections are designed to seal dry.  Compounds such as sealants, pipe dopes, greases, petroleum jellies, glues or adhesives are not to be used.  Normally, hand tightening will provide adequate seal.  On occasion, a slight tightening with a wrench may be required.  To avoid damage to seal and fittings, do not apply excessive force.  Do not exceed ¼" turn after hand tightening.

Thread Sealant Teflon Tape Recommended.

Do not install metal fittings in the plastic tank as the materials are not compatible.

 

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RV Water Tank Stands Strong
Written by undefined on 5th Jul 2013

These RV water tanks are pretty tough. Almost everything else has given out on the old girl, but thankfully not the water tank. It's a well-made piece of equipment, never sprung a leak. It's kept pretty insulated, and requires just a little maintenance. Best thing on our RV right now.