What connection from waste tank to waste hog

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    What pipe/connectors do I need to get to link the waste tank to the waste hog, we don't have a cassette toilet so I will need to use the waste hog to empty everything. Up til now we have used the mh waste disposal drains so haven't needed to use the waste hog but we are going to a site soon with no mh dump.
    Also, do you need to use chemicals in this type of toilet without the cassette?
    Grateful for any advice.
     
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    I never use anything in my waste holding tanks.

    Craig
     
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    I'm well practiced at moving black waste in a hog... in fact I have a pHD in it .. :BigGrin:

    my advice is to make sure the connection to both waste outlet and hog are correct and very secure.. it comes out faster than you think ... so keep an eye on it !

    I've had it all over my feet, on more than one occasion .. it's a bugger to clean up and very embarrassing .. :Doh:
     
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    Peter may be right, the Euro (Fiamma) 3" looks like the Yank 3" but isn't, at a guess a metric equivalent, really does depend on you vans connection.

    For touring we have the Fiamma roll tank, go on Peter I'll let you put a link up, and the hose Peter linked to with a Yank fitting on the other end, due to having an RV. This gives us a 'sealed' dump soultion when there is no drive over suitable for black, only used it once though but works well. I know Larry has a 'solution' and runs a waste hog but I prefer the Fiamma as it's sealed. Also, the fiamma if you shut of as soon as the booble rises it is a reasonable easy lift if your stuck with a high level 'elsan' point.
     
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    I reckon one of these might be required then:BigGrin:
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    we have a Fiamma and the Yank 3" fits

    We have a blue fiamma that we use when on a site long term .. the 3" yank hose fitting work on it just fine.

    But we prefer to use the macerator that way we take it by way of the 3" from the tank outlet controls to the macerator then in to the fiamma as liquid so we can dump it in a non motor home dump point, if you follow me.

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    just a minute

    hold up guys the op has a fiat ducato i have never seen one with a black tank maybe he means the thetford portapotty type that sits on the wastemaster to drag it to the dump point.

    in which case he could use chemicals in the bottom tank.
     
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    Piled Higher & Deeper? :Laughing:
     
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