Originally Posted by rcflyer
Do not see a problem with your proposed location. I have my tank pressure set at a couple poundsless than the pump cut IN pressure. This is the way the tanks on home systems are set up. Be sure to put a shut off valve near the tank. This prevents getting the pink stuff in the tank during winterization. Also if possible put the output lower than the main body of the tank. This insures all water drains from the tank when there is no pressure in the water system.
Maybe the specs on my pump will tell me the cut on pressure settings. Can't think of an easy place to put my gauge in the system.
Don't use the pink stuff here in NE Texas. Just drain and blow out the system. I'm going to cut into the PEX tubing in the storage compartment, add a "T" fitting, and either put a drain (like the low point drain) or a fitting I can take loose when I winterize and drain the trailer.
I'm thinking a cradle, that is mounting the tank horizontal, and being able to disconnect a hose and drain would be the most convenient.