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Comparison of incinerating toilets

2022-11-29
Comparison of incinerating toilets

Incinerating toilets (toilets without a sewer), do not require a water, septic tank or sewer connection. Incineration of the waste takes place by means of a gas or electric heater and temperatures in the combustion chamber oscillate between 500-600 degrees. These Scandinavian solutions have hit the Polish market and are being installed especially in mobile homes, motorhomes, boathouses, wherever connecting a septic tank or sewage system is impossible or economically unjustified. In spite of the high purchase cost of the incinerating toilet, when the cost of digging for the tank, the cost of the septic tank itself, connecting the sewage system and water, and the cost of regular waste disposal are calculated, it turns out that the incinerating toilet is an inexpensive solution, almost maintenance-free, and in addition ecological and can be installed within a few hours.

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When choosing an incinerating toilet, in addition to the choice of energy source for burning the waste (propane-butane gas, electricity), safety must certainly be considered. As more and more solutions of this type are appearing on the market, the Swedish consumer organisation Testfakta came to the rescue and compared combustion toilets, and the Cinderella Comfort was included in the comparison.


Unlike its competitors, the Cinderella uses an electric motor to open and close the combustion chamber. In competing products, including the Cindy toilet the combustion chamber is opened manually. During the combustion process, Cinderella toilets must have the lid closed, which is checked by an additional sensor, in other toilets this is not necessary which creates a risk of contact with heated elements.


The size of the combustion chamber of the Cinderella toilets is significantly larger compared to the competition which results in a better combustion process and the time required for the subsequent ash retardation is significantly longer and counted in weeks.

In addition, Cindarella incinerating toilets, unlike their competitors, allow the air needed for combustion to be drawn from outside the room in which they are installed, so there is no risk of burning out the oxygen in the room and the atmosphere in the building is not affected.


If we are thinking about long-term, trouble-free and safe use of a combustion toilet, Cindarella has no equal. We invite you to read the report.

Incinerating toilets / Electric (1,800 - 2,200 W)

 

 

Cinderella

Comfort

Separett

Flame 8000

Separett

Cindi Family

Incinolet

TR 1800

Sunwind

El-dorado

Moc (W)

2 000

1 800

1 800

1 800

2 200

Stated capacity

Up to 12 People

Up to 6 People

Up to 6 People

4-6 People

12 visits per day

Indicates that the ash pan is due for emptying

Yes

No

No

No

No

Flush

Push button

Lever + Push button

Lever + Push button

Foot pedal + Push button

Push button

Operating information

Display

Display

Display

None

Display

SELECTED RESULTS FROM THE LABORATORY TEST

Incineration time for 1 / 3 / 6 flushes (hrs:min)

0:56 / 2:12 / 3:24

1:09 / 3:30 / 5:59

1:09 / 3:31 / 4:02

1:16 / 1:40 / 1:44

1:00 / 1:23 / 1:27

Energy consumption for 1 / 3 / 6 flushes (kWh)

1,41 / 2,72 / 4,02

1,60 / 4,22 / 6,99

1,90 / 4,01 / 5,04

1,42 / 2,01 / 2,38

1,55 / 2,28 / 2,42

Residue after incineration of 1 / 3 / 6 flushes (g)

17 / 49 / 101

17 / 47 / 92

15 / 46 / 119

17 / 217 / 1 110

17 / 232 / 1 230

Final results after incineration

Only ash

Only ash

Only ash

Unburned residue at higher loads

Unburned residue at higher loads

Air consumption, one flush (m3)

84 (from outside)

122 (from inside)

83 (from inside)

157 (from inside)

157 (from inside)

Risk of contact with live components

No

Yes, inside the ash pan

Yes, inside the ash pan

No

No

Possible to start combustion without ash pan

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Combustion starts even if the hatch is blocked

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Risk of combustion gases in the room if electrical supply interrupted

No (battery)

No (battery)

No (battery)

Yes (no battery)

Yes (no battery)

Number of steps for flushing

4

6

6

5

4

Emptying ash pan

Easy (no tools)

Easy but requires tools

Easy but requires tools

Fairly easy (no tools)

Difficult (no tools)

Construction quality (assessment scale 1-3, 1=good)

1

1

1

2

2

TEST RESULT GRADE 1 TO 5, WHERE 5 IS BEST (WEIGHT IN TOTAL GRADE WITHIN BRACKETS)

Capacity and performance (40%)

4,7

4,0

3,9

3,7

3,7

Safety (25%)

4,8

2,3

2,4

2,9

3,0

Installation and use (25%)

3,9

3,5

3,6

3,5

3,3

Construction quality (10%)

4,0

4,0

4,0

3,0

3,0

TOTAL GRADE

4,5

3,5

3,5

3,4

3,3

COMMENTS

Best in test. Good capacity, fastest combustion and lowest energy consumption. The only toilet which takes air from outside (does not affect the indoor climate).

Good capacity but longer combustion time and higher energy consumption. Many safety criticisms.

Good capacity but longer combustion time and higher energy consumption. Many safety criticisms.

Does not successfully incinerate at higher loads (requires restart). Draws most air and has the largest impact on the indoor climate. Poorer construction quality and several safety criticisms.

Does not successfully incinerate at higher loads (requires restart). Draws most air and has the largest impact on the indoor climate. Poorer construction quality and several safety criticisms. Ash pan difficult to empty.

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