You can install your incineration toilet in: Your Home Cottage Cottages with no Winter Water Garage Boathouse Bunkie Building/Construction Site Basement Outhouse Portable Washroom Pool House Mining Industry Hunting Camps Fish Huts Tiny Houses Off Grid Cabin
They are rated to 54dB, measured one meter above the toilet. That is equivalent to a regular dishwasher.
It is highly recommended to “preheat” your Cinderella Incineration Toilet. To do this, all you have to do is lift the lid, close the lid and press the incineration button. This will start a dry incineration cycle and will bring the unit up to temperature. This will ensure the toilet is up to temperature to use it for multiple guests per hour.
Yes, the liner is specifically designed for use with the Cinderella models and must be used for proper operation and in order to keep toilet clean.
No, the current models available in Canada are not certified for use in a RV home. Cinderella has a new model called, Cinderella Motion that is specifically designed for RV homes. It will be approved for use in Canada within the next year or two. It should be noted that the current available models are a perfect fit for Tiny homes as they do not have the same requirements as an RV home.
Yes, the toilet has been tested to operate in climates as low as –25c (inside temperature).
The electric models consume between .8 and 2kWh per use. In our experience and in house testing we have found that the electric models use an average of 1kWh per use.
Quality, Safety and Efficiency. Cinderella takes all three areas very seriously and do not compromise in any of them. This has been proven over and over through the years, not only by their own track record of serving their customers well for a couple decades but through the different awards received when their products have been put to the test against others.
Does the Cinderella Incineration Toilet have all the certifications to meet Canadian code and safety standards?
Cinderella Incineration Toilets have received all the certifications to meet both the Canadian and USA standards. For the full list of certifications, please click on the following link https://www.cinderellaeco.com/no-no/articles/323/ certifications-and-approvals---north-america
The enclosed ventilation system is designed in a way that could experience condensation when the outside temperature is significantly lower than the air inside the room. It is therefore crucial to ensure proper venting of the room specially in the case where the room is used for bathing, showering etc. Exhaust fan will only conflict with Classic and Propane models as the Comfort is a two-pipe system and will not be affected by exhaust fans. We recommend the Comfort model for colder climate areas.