HoseAir Tank is designed to hookup directly to any standard garden hose.
Did you know: The average garden hose is rated for 200psi. Meaning it can easily handle your 50psi air push.
Next, you can simply screw on your garden hose to the fresh water hookup located on your camper. (Note: At this time it is a good time to shut off water pump inside your camper.) Once you have the tank and camper hooked up with the water tank shut off, go head and release the air valve located on the HoseAir Tank to pressurize the system. Next, inside the camper, begin to open each water supply (hot & cold) until you hear or see that air is coming through. It’s always a good idea to make a check list of what you have done so you don’t forget anything.
- Kitchen sink (hot & cold)
- Bathroom sink (hot & cold)
- Shower (hot & cold)
- Outdoor Shower (hot & cold)
- Toilet (flush until you hear air)
Once process is completed, you can detach air from camper. Don’t forget to shut the tank valve off before disconnecting to preserve your air for another project.