INCINOLET AUSTRALIA is the Australian distributor for INCINOLET for over 20 years. What’s more, INCINOLET toilets have been used worldwide for over 60years!! We also supply into New Zealand, South Africa, Asia and PNG.
INCINOLET electric incinerating toilets are designed specifically to incinerate all human waste, including sanitary products. Once the incineration is complete, waste is reduced down to sterile ash, as little as a tablespoonful each use. Raw waste is not accumulated in the toilet. INCINOLET requires no water or plumbing whatsoever. It is an easy product to install and can be used in any climate. INCINOLET is an excellent solution to problematic issues arising from the need to dispose of blackwater in a manner that is cost effective and safe to the environment.
Manufactured in Dallas, Texas, INCINOLET is made only from high grade stainless steel and uses only high quality electrical components.
Not only does INCINOLET NOT require any plumbing or water, it is simply powered by a 240 volt supply of electricity. They are available in 2 sizes, 2000 watt (10 amp) and 3500 watt (20 amp). The 2000 watt is suitable for use by up to 4 people per day based upon normal daily usage and the 3500 watt unit is suitable for use by up to 8 people per day, based upon normal daily usage.
They can also be powered by diesel or petrol fueled electric generators or sufficient solar panels and battery back-up if need be.
INCINOLET can also be used immediately following a previous use i.e. during the incineration process.
General maintenance is also a simple procedure. A pre-folded paper bowl liner is required for each and every use of INCINOLET. This liner will contain both liquids and solids until the incineration process has commenced.
Many Australian exploration and drilling contractors are now turning to INCINOLET to alleviate the extremely highcost to pump out black water in remote locations.
As a matter of interest, some regular US customers of INCINOLET include US Air Force, US Navy, US Army, US Postal service and the NOAA weather service. They have also been used by NASA in Death Valley and the North Pole. They are also used by the Chinese Antarctic Expedition, Indian and French Arctic Expeditions and all major freight, rail and postal services throughout the US and Canada. Germany also has INCINOLETS installed in 50 offshore wind turbines.