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How do you install a dual action toilet?

Despite the vital role it plays in effective sanitation, the toilet has not fundamentally changed since the late 1800s. With UK toilets averaging 9 litres per flush and accounting for up to 70 – 85% of commercial water use in buildings it’s easy to see why traditional toilet systems have become inefficient for modern use.

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Conventional

Easily retrofitted to existing drainage systems using 4inch (110mm) bore pipes

Propelair can be installed as a like-for-like replacement for conventional toilets on vented gravity drainage systems.

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Revolutionary

Easily retrofitted to existing drainage systems using 4inch (110mm) bore pipes

Propelair can be installed as a like-for-like replacement for conventional toilets on vented gravity drainage systems.

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The Specs

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INLET VALVE: WATER PRESSURE:

Side entry float valve - 15mm BSP Male thread.
0.1 - 10 bar. (Must be restricted to 1.5 bar. Flow restrictor supplied)

Water supply

Electrical

TOILET: 600W, 25A
SMART CHARGER: 230v AC, 70w, 0.3A

The Propelair toilet is powered by a 24v DC Battery Pack which is charged by a 230v AC Smart Charger.

Each Smart Charger should be connected to the mains power supply via its own RCD fused spur.

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Drainage and venting

The Propelair toilet connects to standard 100mm (4”) drainage. The drains must be maintained in accordance with Building Regulation H1 (or equivalent).Each Propelair toilet must have its own vent.

The vent must:

  • Be at least 50mm (2”) in diameter.

  • Be connected between the Propelair pan outlet and the 100mm (4”) float via a 50mm (2”) swept tee.

  • Have a continual rise.

  • Be open to atmosphere.

  • Be installed in such a way that it cannot become blocked.

  • Be installed in such a way that it can be inspected and cleaned internally.

     

Void depth is dependant in how pipes are fixed. It can be as small as 370mm when connecting to a 100mm Y Branch and 410mm when connecting to a 100mm 92.5 swept Tee, but note that this is very tight. We recommend a void depth of 450mm.

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