How Does My Food Truck Have Running Water?

Local Wizards Investigated After Food Trucks Discovered To Have Running Water!


That’s how we get running water in your food truck’s sink.

Magic as in, advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic to the uninitiated.

Water Pump + 3 Bay SinkPumps, Plumbing, Pipes, Oh My!

Ariston 6 Gallon Water Heater

There are three basic appliances you will need to have potable running water on your truck. You’ll require a water pump, to get the water flowing across your vehicle, a water heater to store hot water for when you need to wash dishes, and your generator to run both of the previous appliances. We normally install a 6 gallon hot water heater, for those of you wondering how much hot water you’ll have. We can also always go larger if you require it.

There is also several dozen feet of plumbing that must be planned out and installed to deliver the water where it needs to go!

But Where Do I Store It?

There will be two storage tanks you’ll need to consider. The first is the standard water storage tank which will hold up to 40 gallons of fresh water for your use. This is the pool that the water heater will draw from, as well.

Most health and water departments require the grey water tank to be 15% larger than the fresh water tank. To meet this strict requirement we install 50 gallon grey water tanks, which you may notice is 25% larger than the fresh water tank. That’s just how we roll here at Vending Trucks, we go above and beyond in every facet of the food trucks we fabricate.

Grey Water Dump ValveHow Do I Replenish The Tank?Garden Hose Water Fill Spigot

We make it easy for you to both replenish the water tank, and to empty your waste water tank. To fill it up it’s a simple garden hose hook-up near the front of the truck. When you need to empty your grey water tank look for the PVC pipe with a valve on the side of your truck and let ‘er rip – somewhere safe to dispose of dirty water of course!

What Happened To The Wizards?

Some say they’re still incarcerated in the haunted county jail to this day.