The following are typical conditions of an incineration
The indicator light, directly across the heater
terminals, will be "ON" or "OFF," depending
upon whether the thermostat is closed or open.
approximately 60 minutes. Heater will not be on
during the entire "actuated" period but will be
"ON" and "OFF."
The blower will be on continuously throughout
the incineration cycle, plus about 45 minutes
thereafter, or until the entire system cools.
INCINERATION OF SOLIDS.
The incineration of a solids deposit will generally require
more than one incineration cycle. The INCINOLET is
designed to provide additional cycles of short duration
following the evaporation of the urine.
INCINOLET requires a very minimum of service:
Ashpan should be emptied weekly. Good
practice is to empty the ashpan on a given day
of the week, for example, each Monday or
Friday. In cases of heavy usage, ashpan may
require emptying more frequently, while in cases
of only very occasional usage, the ashpan may
require emptying less frequently. The ash within
the INCINOLET ashpan is innocuous, bacteria-
free and may be disposed of in a manner similar
to that for wood ash. Ashpan must not be
The bowl section must be occasionally cleaned
with the use of mild soapy water. Be sure to
remove any build up of wax from lower portions
of the bowl. This wax will cause the bowl liner to
fall improperly into the incinerator chamber,
perhaps tilting or dumping waste across the
heater which causes excessive corrosion and
The blower housing and wheel must be
cleaned at least once every 90 days. First,
remove voltage from unit. To
remove the blower and wheel, loosen the rear panel,
remove the screws holding the blower motor and
wheel in place, then pull the assembly free of the
CIRCUMSTANCES USE WATER
OR STEAM TO HOSE DOWN