FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


General

Q. Can an INCINOLET be used at any time?
A. Yes, even while incinerating a previous use.

Q. How long does an INCINOLET stay on?
A. A complete cycle lasts from 1-1/2 hours to 1-3/4 hours. The heater cycles on and off for 60 minutes to provide optimum combustion and the blower continues to run for about 30 minutes to cool the incineration chamber. The INCINOLET can be used at any time during the entire cycle.

Q. Is the paper bowl liner always necessary?
A. It is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY with each use. The bowl liner carries waste into the incinerator, keeps toilet bowl clean, and protects the heater from direct contact with waste.

Q. Can INCINOLET be used several times without starting an incineration cycle? That is, can waste be accumulated?
A. The practice is generally not recommended.

Electrical Load & Service Capacity

Q. How much energy does an INCINOLET use?
A. One kilowatt hour per cycle, approximately.

Q. What voltage is required for operation of an INCINOLET?
A. INCINOLET is available to suit one of three voltages listed in the table below. The electrical installation should provide a dedicated 20 amp circuit supplying only the INCINOLET.

SPECIFICATIONS and SERVICE CAPACITY

Model TR or Model WB *

Volts

120

208

240

Watts

1800

3600

3600

Amps

15.0

17.5

15.0

People Served

4

8

8

Blower Capacity

100 cfm

100 cfm

100 cfm

* Model WB carries USCG Certification # l59.015/2701/0 and includes a vibration resistant, bolt-down baseplate for use in movable or mobile installations.


Installation

Q. What is the size of an INCINOLET?
A.

Installed Dimensions

Width........................

15 inches

Height........................

21 inches

Front to Back ............

24 inches

Center of Ventline from Floor

Model CF ...................

10 "

Model RV ...................

10 - 1/4 "

Model TR ...................

10 - 5/8 "

Model WB 240 & 208

10 - 7/8 "

Model WB 120 ..........

10 - 1/4 "

Q. How much time is required to install an INCINOLET?
A. Under ordinary conditions where suitable electric power is available nearby and venting to outdoors is easily accomplished, from 2 to 4 hours.

Q. What type of vent is required?
A. INCINOLET can be vented directly through the wall or up through the roof. The unit comes complete with basic PVC materials suitable for a through-wall vent.

Q. Can INCINOLET be installed in an air-tight room?
A. No. INCINOLET is force vented with a blower, and the room must have sufficient openings for make-up air.

Odour Control

Q. What happens to odour during the incineration process?
A. Odours generated during the incineration cycle are removed by being drawn across a heat activated catalyst before entering the vent line.

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