Odorless and Overflow-less
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Odorless and Overflow-less Toilet System
This system contains three main components connected together with PVC or cast iron pipe.
1. A specially designed dual chamber and
dual exit port toilet or urinal.
2. A unique trap assembly (hereon in referred to as U.T.A.).
3. An inline exhaust fan.
This system is
easily installed in new construction or in existing homes or renovation projects by a professional contractor.
In residential applications,
the system can be set up to operate in several ways depending on the owner’s desire. For example; the odorless feature could be energized
with its own separate switch located anywhere in the room, or by the room’s light switch, or be fully automated by an action activated
close proximity switch. In commercial applications several toilets or urinals could be tied together thus utilizing one properly sized
fan and be wired to run continuously.
The overflow features are fully automatic and require no power or maintenance.
of this system in both residential and public restrooms is twofold. The elimination of offensive and embarrassing odors and the unsanitary
and often times expensive conditions resulting from overflows. Everyone has experienced either situation at one time or another, publicly
The reasons the odors are not controlled properly are because they are not contained at the source, the toilet or urinal.
The exhaust fan is in the ceiling thus allowing the odors to become airborne. This system vents from the toilet bowl or urinal, preventing
odors from entering occupied space by removing them to the outside atmosphere.
Overflows are prevented with this system by a second
means of escape for waste water. In the event the toilet should become clogged, the waste water is automatically removed through the
secondary chamber, into the U.T.A. and out to sewage waste until maintenance is performed to unclog the toilet or urinal. This is
especially advantageous for multi floor units and public restrooms.
From an environmental standpoint, the need for chemical solutions
to address both conditions is virtually eliminated.