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I know people have praised you for your diagrams/drawings, but I think my favorite thing about them is the little fish swimming around.View attachment 1361681
I needed dimensions so the tank can be drilled, so I updated my drawings. This is how I want to plumb the tank.
I am not showing control valves, unions, or media/baffles. This is highly schematic.
The tank and sump will be the same height at the top, so nothing can overflow, ever. Two 1.5" drains connect both, with no check valves. Any water drains freely either way.
Pump is at the sump bottom, and possibly external. No siphons required, If pump back siphons, no real siphoning happens. Everything stays pretty level.
I have an experimental electric boat I built from an old hulk, and it carries 6 group 29 RV batteries. In an emergency, I can power from there, IF I run them to an UPS system.
OR I can get a DC pump. 36vdc would be ideal, as that is what the boat operates on, but I haven't looked into the DC pumps available yet. I will initially power this from pumps I already have, if they appear too expensive.
Thanks Kittiee Katt. Engineers and detailers are notorious for hiding jokes in the back of the plans somewhere. It's an old trick. If people don't comment you know they haven't studied the plans completely. That makes a big difference when you answer their questions.I know people have praised you for your diagrams/drawings, but I think my favorite thing about them is the little fish swimming around. . . .