CINDI family is designed and approved for use in an environment similar to a regular bathroom. It has a user friendly display with easy access where you can adjust incinerating time, see status on the toilet and change language. The display also show you when it is time to empty the ash tray, clean the ash pan or clean the smoke pipe.
CINDI family is optimized for use in a tiny house, in the familys cabin or in any building that isn’t connected to the regular sewer system. It only needs ventilation and Power (230V) to function. It has the capacity to handle toilet waste from up to six persons in the household. It is used when needed, even if someone else has just visited the toilet. It keeps track on how many uses and adapts the incinerating length to meet the demand.
CINDI family is a safe toilet. It has a wide Array of built in safety systems that closely monitors the temperature in the oven, inside the toilet and the ventilation temperature. It is also fitted with at “stand alone” over heat protection that works outside the regular firmware. If the temperature in any location gets higher the normal the incinerating process automaticly shuts down and the display informs you of this.
The CINDI family is fitted with a magnetic sensor that pauses the incinerating process when you use the toilet, only to resume when your close the lid after use. It is also fitted with a overvoltage protection to make sure the PCB and cabling is protected during a power surge.
Before your visit place a bag in the bowl, the bag protects the bowl from the feces and limits the need for cleaning. Place the bag by lifting the lid and seats, then place the bag. When the bag is places – the toilet is ready to be used.
When the visit is completed, use the flush lever to open the hatch to the incineration chamber. When the flush lever is pressed down and the bag of waste falls down to the incineration chamber, release the flush lever and start the incinerating process by selecting a program (large or small). Even if the toilet already is in an ongoing incineration process, it is extremely important to both flush and to implement a pogram.
Always start an incineration program after your visit.
EMPTYING THE ASH PAN When the ash pan is full, after c. 50 toilet visits, the message ASH PAN EMPTIED? is shown on the display. Press NO (right button) in order to continue with the incineration program. When the incineration is finished and the toilet has cooled down, empty the ash. The next time an incineration program is started you will see the same message again and then you press YES (left button) if you have emptied the ash.
In addition to normal cleaning with a damp cloth the display notifies when it is time to clean the ash pan, cleaning operation also means that the catalyst and the furnace cleaned by water vapor formed. This is done by the ash is emptied, 1 liter of water is poured into the potty and starting a program. It also tells when the smoke pipe needs to be swept, this is done by using a steel brush that comes with the toilet, and a vacuum cleaner. For ease of service and cleaning it is not recommended that the toilet is fixed to the wall or the floor. See the “Installation” for more information.
Clean the smoke pipe
If you going away for a long time, it is important that the toilet is reviewed. The fan spins continuously to prevent moist air from getting into the toilet. If the power is turned off the toilet should be pulled out from the pipe and the pipe plugged to prevent moist air from getting in to the room.
For your incinerating toilet to function optimally, it needs regular maintenance. If the toilet is used in a permanent home it is recommended to servicing the toilet once every year and for holiday homes every two years.
The service is carried out by a Separett authorized service partner. During the service the toilet is inspected and cleaned thoroughly. Wear parts are replaced as needed and your toilet will be as good as new. To service the product regularly you ensure that you have a well-functioning product for many years to come. When it is time for service, contact your nearest service center or book a service directly with us.