THIS IS A NEW FORUM STARTED SO WE CAN LEARN HOW YOU LIVE IN YOUR RIG DURING WINTER. PLEASE POST YOUR PHOTOS AND TIPS IN THIS FORUMS COMMENTS. THANKS!
SO far I tested the Olympian Wave3 in my "16' 1957 Yellowstone" down to 12 degrees F. Not insulated at that time;kept it easily 50 degrees. Now we are insulated with foil-bubble-foil and 1.5 foam board. We can't leave it on the high setting very long....maybe an hour before we turn it down to low, then off for the night if we're in sleeping bag. then it warms the place very quickly in AM by the time coffee is brewed. Oh yeah, I did put foil-bubble-foil in windows that test day. VK also gave me the hint that since I don't carry backwater, I don't need sink traps/P-trap or U-trap which could be another place to freeze. Just for fun I tested an 18" long piece of 1/2" PEX tubing by filling it with water, clamping in a coupling and putting it in my freezer at home. No burst. No leak. All of my plumbing is internal in cabinets and we hope to just keep the place warm all Winter. Will keep ya posted. See also www.trampervoyage.com