bowl prior to each and every use. Waste deposited in
the paper bowl liner is thereby flushed into the
INCINOLET toilet is designed to use the paper liner and
if the paper liner is not used, the INCINOLET toilet will
not properly function. As a matter of fact, failure to use
the bowl liner with each and every use voids the
Model TR Series features automatic circuitry utilizing a
reset automatic timer actuated upon foot-pedal flushing.
The incineration cycle is automatically reset with each
flushing; for example, if the Model WB-III Toilet is used
during the incineration of a prior waste deposit, a new
incineration cycle would be initiated automatically
The average incineration cycle is twenty minutes, and
the unit may be used at any time including that during
the incineration cycle up to the point that the incinerator
chamber is full. The capacity rating is. therefore.
related to the number of uses which the unit will
accommodate in a given two-hour interval. Accordingly.
the following capacity applies.
Model TR Toilet Series
The INCINOLET Incorporates an emission control
section in the form of heat-activated catalyst (CANDOR)
which is incorporated between the inner and outer
incinerator walls. The odor control section is filled with
white catalyst pellets through which is drawn the
gaseous effluent from the incineration process.
CANDOR is a true catalyst. that is. it does not enter
into the chemical reaction and, hence. is not used up.
The pellets may. however. be gradually eroded and
crushed as a result of expansion and contraction during
heating and cooling cycles. The catalyst may.
therefore. require replenishment from time to time, for
example, with heavy usage, once or twice a year.
If INCINOLET is installed where vibration or shock is
a factor, isolation mounting must be provided to
prevent excessive mechanical erosion of the
If properly installed and used, the INCINOLET emission
control system effectively removes
smoke and odor from the ventline effluent. A condition
contrary to this implies improper use or installation or
operation of the system and should be corrected.
All INCINOLET models are force-vented by means of a
blower which comes on simultaneously with the heater,
remains on during the incineration cycle plus an
additional interval after heater cut-off. Under normal
circumstances, all INCINOLET models are vented to the
atmosphere to carry off heat as well as moisture
generated during the evaporation of liquid waste.
Satisfactory INCINOLET installations require the proper
venting of the unit, both inside as well as outside the
toilet enclosure. The ventline must terminate in a
manner such that no backdrafts down the ventline are
produced. The vent must also terminate into an area
which is sufficiently large to allow diffusion of the ventline
effluent. The ventline may be mounted through or within
Ventline should be terminated above the top deck. A
ventline which induces airflow up the vent pipe as well
as preventing entry of rain should be used The turbine,
Pullman or hat-type vent cap are all examples.
The blower wheel and ventline must be cleaned at
suitable intervals, usually on a 90 day basis.