What is an incinolet electric toilet?

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Research Products/Blankenship, USA, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, produces the Incinolet toilet. This toilet doesn't use any type of plumbing to get rid of human waste. Instead, it uses electric power to convert that waste into ash. The toilet is an eco-friendly alternative to standard toilet bowls. You can purchase Incinolet toilets directly from the company either by calling their sales department or ordering from their online store.

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Using an Incinolet Toilet

The Incinolet toilet uses heat from your electrical grid for power, and it connects directly to a vent pipe. It converts human waste and toilet paper into ash, and you can throw away this ash in your regular garbage can. You must insert a bowl liner into your toilet before you use it. This liner holds the waste, and then both the liner and the waste are turned into ash. Your toilet bowl stays clean because waste never comes into contact with the bowl itself. This toilet uses both a blower and heater to convert the waste into ash. You start the incinerator cycle when you push a button on the toilet. The blower will stay on until the unit cools down, and the heater turns on and off at different time periods.

Specs

Research Products/Blankenship, USA offers four models of Incinolet toilets: TR, RV, CF and WB. The TR model is constant use, and it is for up to eight people. The RV model is strictly for trailers, RVs and motorhomes, and it is for up to four people. The CF model is for home, shop, bar or cabin usage, and it is for up to four people. The houseboat/workboat (WB) models serve between four to eight people. You receive a one-year warranty on the CF and RV models, and a two-year warranty on the TR and WB models. These models use 15 amps and either 120 or 240 volts, and they use between 1,800 and 3,600 watts.

Comparison

The Incinolet differs from a composting toilet since it uses no water or plumbing, and you don't have to add any additives to it. The waste is turned into ash every time you use it. Waste in composting toilets can take up to six months to decompose. You must clean composting toilets since waste touches the bowl. You can use the Incinolet in any type of environment. You must keep the microbes in composting toilets warm, and you must feed them to keep them alive. The Incinolet doesn't use any microbes.

Maintenance

The Incinolet toilet is extremely easy to clean. Dump the ash pan once a week for normal usage, and two or more times for heavy usage. Use a damp cloth to clean the exterior of it. Once a year, use regular household cleaners to clean the blower wheel and bowl interior.

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