Originally Posted by silver 67
We have a 67 Internationial which the PO had installed a new black tank. There is no galvanized pan. Maybe the PO did not re-install one or maybe the 67 airstream does not need one? What is the purpose of the galvanized pan?
Beth, if the tank is under the floor, it does two things:
1- It helps protect the tank from foreign intrusion (read getting smashed by roacks and stuff that might make it through your belly pan)>
2- Many coaches that have under-floor holding tanks have insulation inside the galvanized pan, with a heater duct from the furnace to keep the contents from freezing. I think this is more important, as I have never cared for frozen poo-sicles.