True if used on steel primed first. If not it takes about a fortnight ....... . I was joking anyway - trying to save on the butt welding.Aluminium rivets!! The first point of corrosion will be the rivets, Due to them touching the steel frame. Maybe in a couple of decades they will start to go...
What with no frame? I couldn't source any aluminium sheet to do full size panel? I wish I had of seen these videos beforehand. I did just jump in with my eyes closed I read this and thought, that'll do https://lorrywaydown.com/the-truck/I'm at the opposite end of welding "sheet" steel later this week. A 16 ton Hiab had to be brought in to unload the first piece off the wagon! holy shit. I'll put a pic up tomorrow if I remember.
Hows the camper coming along anyway.
Wondering now if it would be just as simple to make the hab section inner structure out of plain (thick) ally sheet as per video but then stick on the closed cell foam before sticking the final outer formed ally sheet onto that. Sadly couldn't do it in house as our sheet metal bender is only 3.5m long
I personally preferred the pressurised system for a number of reasons. The biggest was installation is much easier as you don't need to run additional wiring.Any reason you want to go the pressurised system route instead of switch operated taps?
I know normal kichenware taps cost less but it will be at the expense of absolutely ensuring a leak free system design, rather than a more simple hose and hose clamp design