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Electric Incinerator Toilets -
An Overview

Incinerating toilets are waterless toilets. They do not need water and being self contained, they do not need to be connected to a drainage or a sewage system. These look very much like the standard regular toilets used everywhere  however these  burn away the human waste into simple sterile ash.

Types of Incinerator toilets
Incinerator toilets come in two variants. One uses electric energy as a means to burn away the waste. The other variant uses natural gas or propane as the energy source for the process of incineration.  Both the variants are clean, safe and easy to maintain. Both have basically same treatment approach of burning out the waste; however, there are mechanical and operational differences between the electric and gas variants.

Electric Incinerator Toilet - An overview  

As this toilet is water free there is no need of plumbing and hence installation of this variant is relatively easy. While using this toilet one, a bowl liner paper needs to be placed, this is done in order to collect the waste and also protect the stainless steel surface. This furthermore avoids the need of unpleasant cleaning.  
The electric toilet process cycle  
The collected waste in the liner is dropped bellow into a hold area through a hinged bowl when the foot pedal on the unit is pressed. An electric incinerator can accept up to 2- 4 flushes before incineration is necessary. One needs to press the start button in order to begin the incineration cycle. The heating coil increases the temperature of the chamber up to 1400 deg F.  This cycle of heating and cooling runs for a pre defined time run time, typically around an hour. The excess heat and smoke is vented out through an odor catalyst exhaust blower. The heat is dissipated until the chamber is cooled down to the ambient temperature. After this the exhaust also shuts off. The ash collected (typically one or 2 table spoons) can  later be discarded to a safe disposable area.  Most electric toilets use electricity between 120 V to 240 V at 15 amps. This typically amounts to around one and a half kilo watt of power per incinerating cycle. The power is drawn only when the toilet is in use.  

Key Applications and Advantages of Electric Incineration Toilets

  • Incineration toilets are useful in remote areas where there is no existing sewage system in place.
  • They are portable, easy to install and use.
  • The electric incineration toilets can work in freezing temperatures.
  • These are relatively odorless in comparison to other toilets.

Incinolet has been a leading manufacturer and supplier for electric incineration toilets. Currently, their variety of electric toilet includes four models for application ranging from home use to mobile restrooms.   Another company forefront in this business is” Eco Toilets” which is based in New Zealand. They manufacture electric as well as gas variant of incineration toilet. Another company well known for in this business is Norway based EcoTech. All these leading manufacturers have been providing effective service for a long time.

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