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We offer 4 toilet solutions based on comfort, design and efficiency. If in doubt about anything, please contact us.

Toilet with waste disposal

This is our standard toilet solution, which is used in several office, staff and residential cabins. If water-saving is not an important factor, because you have a connection to external water and drainage on site, this is often the most popular toilet solution today.

The toilet works like a normal toilet in the home (although with disposal for extra reliability) and therefore feels natural and comfortable. We supply the toilet in an upright or wall-mounted version, and with or without visible pipes. If the pipes are hidden, the cabin is built with a technical compartment, for easy servicing of the toilet.

The toilet is also used in our mobile bathroom, our 2-in-1 toilet and in medium-sized toilets (4-10 people) at smaller events and renovation toilets.

Tank toilet

The tank toilet is our simplest toilet solution, but still has a number of benefits. It has a tank capacity of around 200 visits and comes with a 65 L water stand, which functions as both a hand basin and flushing mechanism. The toilet does not require any power and can therefore work as an independent solution.

Thanks to the toilet's construction, it cannot get blocked and therefore rarely needs servicing. It is also less susceptible to frost damage, except for if the water stand or tank is full. The tank has a ventilation pipe to remove any odours.

This toilet is most often used in our office, staff and small toilet cabins for building sites, renovation projects and smaller events.

Vacuum toilet

The vacuum toilet can, under certain conditions, provide major benefits compared to a standard toilet with a waste disposal. It only uses 0.5 litres of water per flush, which gives it a much greater capacity in water and drainage tanks. The vacuum pump is also stronger and more reliable than the pump of an ordinary toilet waste disposal.

The vacuum toilet is most often used at large festivals, where it can be challenging to maintain a stable water pressure during the entire event. Without stable water pressure, it takes longer for an ordinary toilet to be ready for the next flush. With a vacuum toilet, you can use the tanks to create a buffer, so that the toilet is always ready for use, even during very busy periods.

Vacuum toilets are also used in pioneer cabins and staff cabins for jobs where there is a limited amount of water available, such as during forestry, excavations and concrete work, etc. In such instances, a vacuum toilet can run purely on solar power, thereby providing the utmost flexibility.

Combustion toilet

The combustion toilet is unique because it doesn't use any water. The toilet therefore takes up minimal space as it needs neither water connectivity or leaves waste water.

The toilet works by inserting a bag in the same way you would a coffee filter. When you have finished, you light the toilet, which burns the content at 600 degrees. The toilet is odourless and notifies you when it needs emptying after approx. 100 visits.

WC-Flex tank toilet

This is a variation of our normal tank toilet, which is even more compact, but has the same capacity of around 200 visits. The water tank is built into the wall above the toilet. The hand basin therefore does not have a pump, but a tempostop tap.

The toilet is built specifically for the WC-Flex toilet cabin and is therefore not compatible with our other portable cabins.