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Old 05-27-2020, 01:04 PM   #1
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Floe Integrated Drain System

Has anyone looked at the Floe water drain system or installed it in their Classic. It has peeked my interest and I wondered if anyone has had success with it?
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I attach a line from my workshop air compressor to the water inlet on my Airstream to do the same thing.
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What does a Floe water drain do ??yea yea, It drains water. How??
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I agree you may attach an air compressor to your water line to blow out the water, however this is a very convenient unit with a built in compressor that limits psi to 15 pounds. I must admit it is a lazy man's way to blow out the water, but I would be more inclined to use it between trips and eliminate stagnant water in the lines in addition to the once a year winterizing process.
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Looks like a VERY expensive (circa $250) kit that adds an integrated low pressure air compressor to your water system. Pass.

Iíll stick with an oil less shop air compressor set to about 20-30 psi and a quick connect fitting for the city water inlet. The compressor I already have, and a brass quick connect is only a few bucks. Quick, cheap, and only requires running an air hose to the side of the Airstream utility connection area.
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