This time, I install the toilet cabinet and connect the drain to the waste water system. Before the toilet cabinet is attached to the floor and side cabinet with screws, a Forstner bit is used to create a large hole, to allow passage of some electrical wires to an electrical outlet and some lights. The… Continue reading DIY Separating Toilet – Part 7
This Mahogany countertop is meant for the two lower cabinets closest to the sliding door. Made out of 8ft long, 6in wide and 2in thick raw lumber, I first cut it to the four feet length, needed for these cabinets. The next step is to joint the narrow and wide sides at a 90° angle.… Continue reading Mahogany Countertop
I finish all the preparations, before the toilet is installed in the van. The toilet has a mechanism, that allows it to be on a sliding drawer, while being connected to the gray water tank, which is located under the van. I use a PVC connector at the bottom of the slider and an identical… Continue reading DIY Separating Toilet – Part 6
After fitting and testing the gray water tank, I do the final installation. I also add a vent pipe, close an unused opening and add a 12V valve to the dump line.
Final part of the Toilet Build. I finished the toilet cabinet and installed the separating toilet. Some is still missing, such as the drawer front and toilet front panel. Those will be installed at the end of the van build. Another missing part is the connection to the gray water tank; that part of the… Continue reading DIY Separating Toilet
I make some changes to the toilet, add Formica to the cabinet and slide-out, and spray paint the toilet. Previous Toilet Videos on YouTube