Fresh Water System
When the Containerized Shower is deployed separately, municipal water system, a 3000 gallon freshwater
tank (25), or other approved source of potable water serves as a freshwater supply. A 30 gpm water
pump (17) feeds water to the Containerized Shower cold water inlet (5) on the water service panel (26). A
second supply hose feeds cold water from the pump to the M-80 water heater (16). Hot water is supplied
through a hose connection from the M-80 water heater to the hot water inlet (6) on the water service
panel. On the Containerized Shower, hot and cold freshwater is taken through the water service panel to
a mixer valve (23), which tempers the hot water to safe temperature. The Shower, Enclosed Unit, System
does not employ a mixer valve, but utilizes pressure compensating shower valves to prevent scalding.
Freshwater is provided through the Force Provider freshwater distribution system for the Shower,
Enclosed Unit, System. This is fitted to a cold water supply TEE (27), from which water goes to the M-80
water heater (16) and to the cold water inlet (5).
Graywater is collected in a holding tank (28) located at the service end of the container. It is evacuated by
means of a sump pump (4) into municipal sewer facilities, contracted sewage disposal, Sewage Ejection
Pump (SEP), or other authorized graywater disposal. The Shower, Enclosed Unit, System sump pump (4)
discharges graywater into a Sewage Ejection Pump (SEP), which in turn pumps the graywater to the
Force Provider graywater collection system.