What's everyone using to keep vending through the winter months ? New Jersey

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What's everyone using to keep vending through the winter months ? New Jersey

I'm thinking of getting some heat mats for the fresh and grey water tanks and possibly some heat tape for the pex water lines. I read a post about putting a electric heater in over night but i'm a little cautious with what could go wrong .     
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    Re: What's everyone using to keep vending through the winter months ? New Jersey 2018/11/28 14:44:03 (permalink)
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    I'm thinking of getting some heat mats for the fresh and grey water tanks and possibly some heat tape for the pex water lines. I read a post about putting a electric heater in over night but i'm a little cautious with what could go wrong .     


    If you're going to put an electric heater in for the overnight, just make sure it's a ceramic and not an exposed coil space heater or the like. The ceramics put out a good amount of heat and they're not prone to starting fires. I use them in my house as an extra source when it gets really cold. They're not expensive and can really heat a small space quite well. The Lasko branded ones at Lowes, Walmart and other stores are very good for the money.
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    Re: What's everyone using to keep vending through the winter months ? New Jersey 2018/11/29 12:24:08 (permalink)
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    I'm thinking of getting some heat mats for the fresh and grey water tanks and possibly some heat tape for the pex water lines. I read a post about putting a electric heater in over night but i'm a little cautious with what could go wrong .     


    If you're going to put an electric heater in for the overnight, just make sure it's a ceramic and not an exposed coil space heater or the like. The ceramics put out a good amount of heat and they're not prone to starting fires. I use them in my house as an extra source when it gets really cold. They're not expensive and can really heat a small space quite well. The Lasko branded ones at Lowes, Walmart and other stores are very good for the money.


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