When you need a new urine hose for your urine separating toilet (regarding how old or how new), you need to purchase our urine hose with art.no 11131-01.
When you need a new urine hose for your urine-separating privy, you need to purchase our urine hose with art.no 10218-01.
Normally, urine flows away at a good pace. Having problems with runoff, check the following.
If the urine outlet outside the bathroom sufficient slope? We recommend a case about 1 cm per meter urine waste.
Check whether the collection container or infiltration bed is not full.
Over time, there is a risk that urine drains coated internally of salts and minerals. The Separett Cleaning Kit for urine separating toilets supplied with a plug-solver that is ideal for solving these coatings. Follow the instructions on the package!
In the worst case you need to replace the urinary drainage to remedy the error.
The Separett Villa 9000 has a collector for water (condensation) in the ventilation pipe exhaust and this leads the condensation to the urine outlet sot that ant water from condensation ends up with the urine. Weekend 7010 lacks this type of collector and we recommend drilling a small hole (Ø3mm) in the ventilation pipe that faces the ground.
No! The fan on the urine diverting toilet should be the only fan in the room. It runs continuously and circulates the air in the room and ventilation the moist from any shower. An wall mounted fan may cause a small vacuum effect in the room, drawing smell from the toilet in the wrong direction.
It is always easier to go straight through the wall. When routing the venting pipe through the roof, the work is more difficult, as is ensuring good seals. Remember not to route the venting pipe to the house entrance or other places where people gather.
Yes. This keeps the housing dry and extends the lifetime of the fan. If the fan has to be switched off, place the lid on the container and remove it. Otherwise, bad odours will spread indoors and flies can easily enter and lay eggs.
Problems with flies are uncommon with Separett toilets. However, flies may enter the toilet if you leave it for a week or so with the fan switched off and the container with solids still in place. The fan should always be operational. If flies do get in to the toilet, change or empty the container, clean it thoroughly, and use fly spray on the toilet and container several times during the following week to remove any remaining larvae. Never add bark or anything because it can contain larva which can develop problems with flies.
This depends on the extent to which it is diluted with water. If a Separett Ejektortank is used, 1 liter of urine is mixed with 8 liters of water. This may result in a faint odour, but it will soon disappear. You can speed the process by adding more water or spreading the mixture at night or when it rains.
Usually not. The faint odour that may come from the urine waste hose is drawn out through the venting pipe with the aid of the fan. A water seal is only needed if a strong odour from the greywater system would be noticed outside the house.
No. The urine odour is drawn into the toilet through the hose and then blown through the toilet ventilation system. By the time it is expelled outdoors, it has been mixed with so much air that the odour is unnoticeable .
Because the urine and faeces are not mixed, there is never any latrine-type odour from a Separett toilet. A certain amount of odour may be present outdoors, however, when and shortly after the toilet is used. If the venting can be routed to the back of the house, it is usually suffice to just route it straight through the wall. If the venting pipe must be routed through the gables or to the front of the house, it should be extended upwards or routed through the roof.
No. If the fan runs continuously the there will be no unpleasant odours in the room. When installing the toilet, make sure that the venting pipe is properly sealed with silicone. The easily accessible fan filter should be cleaned regularly as well as the insect net at the end of ventilation pipe.
Urine accounts for about 85% of the waste volume and is routed separately away from the toilet. This increases the storage capacity for solids greatly. The container is easily replaceable and if the amount of users increases one only change containers more often. The Separett Villa comes with three containers. Additional containers can be purchased if required giving the toilet virtually unlimited capacity.
If four people are using the toilet on a daily basis, then a container will last about 3-6 weeks, depending on how much toilet paper is being used. For a normal summerhouse, 2-3 containers will suffice. The Separett Villa comes with three containers. Additional containers can be purchased if required.
All is relative and depends on your skills. You need to make a couple of holes in the wall for ventilation and make sure that you have a power outlet nearby. Use caution and always follow rules and regulations regarding what you are permitted to do in your country.
Yes, like any other electrical device an incinerating toilet needs maintenance in order to function properly over time. In the manual and on respective product page you’ll find information regarding maintenance and service.
Both CINDI family and Flame 8000 has the capacity of handling the toilet waste from up to 6 people in the household. You use it when you need to, without any consideration regarding time since last visit.
As long as the ashes is cold you can use it as fertilizer in your garden or throw it with the household waste. Make sure to follow any rules and/or regulations in your country regarding dispense of ashes.