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Free-standing WC SIMPLETT

free-standing WC
free-standing WC
free-standing WC
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Liquid and solid waste are separated in the seat Hygienic and easy to use Easy to install and empty Biolan Simplett can be installed directly on floor surface and it is suited for both indoor and outdoor use. Biolan Simplett is odourless, hygienic and environmentally friendly. The functioning of the toilet is based on the separation of liquid and solid waste in the seat part. No water or power supply is needed. The receptacle is easy to empty. The operation of the Simplett is based on the separation of solid waste and liquid in the seat part. The toilet requires neither water nor electricity supply. The Simplett Dry Toilet shall always be used in the seated position to enable the liquid and the solid matter to be separated. When using the toilet for the first few times, pay attention to your sitting position to direct the urine in the correct way. Remember to also instruct your guests on how the toilet should be used. In addition to the toilet waste, you can also put toilet paper and decomposing facial blotters into the Simplett toilet. You must not put the following into the toilet: sanitary towels, debris chemicals, lime detergents, washing water ash, cigarette butts, matches Using bulking material Applying suitable bulking material is essential for proper operation of the toilet. For bulking material we recommend Biolan Compost and Toilet Bulking Material or Biolan Ground Peat. Before using the toilet, place a layer a couple of centimetres thick on the bottom of the inner receptacle. Do not add bulking material until after defecation. Emptying the inner receptacle When the inner receptacle of the toilet fills up, empty it into the composter.
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