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Old 09-07-2021, 03:57 PM   #15
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Well, wasn’t going to reply - but realizing this is getting into some interesting physics discussion and away from the OP’s concern - and that I will admit I did make some statements in my response above that I now realize were incorrect, I’ll bow out of the discussion at this point.

Bottom line - don’t use a direct connection between your coach and a honey truck without an air break as mentioned above or you risk damage to your hoses and your tanks.
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Well, wasnít going to reply - but realizing this is getting into some interesting physics discussion and away from the OPís concern - and that I will admit I did make some statements in my response above that I now realize were incorrect, Iíll bow out of the discussion at this point.

Bottom line - donít use a direct connection between your coach and a honey truck without an air break as mentioned above or you risk damage to your hoses and your tanks.
A 3x3x2 sanitary wye with 2 inch check valve might work for full-time service. Or just a bucket as mentioned. But the bucket trick might be prone to splashing.
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