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Good reasons



 Reduced materials, no rough-in kit required

 Reduced labour, easy and cheaper to install

 Touch free hygienic operation

 No expensive flushing valve

 No expensive electric or infrared timers

 Lower maintenance costs

 Less risk of flooding and vandalism damage

 Reduced sewage and water costs

 Savings on air fresheners and perfumed tablets

 No freshwater pipes

 No flushing mechanism

 No mechanical or electrical parts

 No water required

 Reduces overall waste

  Fibreglass with a nonporous gel-coat surface, or

 Vitreous China with a nonporous gel-coat surface

 Ease of cleaning, simply spray and wipe


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Hygienic touch free operation

The superior hygiene properties of the Waterless Urinal are directly attributable to its unique design and non porous gel coated surface which is highly resistant to water deposits, urine accumulation and bacterial residue; and the fact that the Waterless Urinal requires no water for flushing.

Urine in its natural form is sterile and only contains bacteria when water is added. This defies the common belief that the conventional water using urinals would be more hygienic then Waterless Urinals.

Water saving urinals

A recent study by an independent German government agency, LGA (Landesgewerbeabstalt Bayern) found that using Waterless Urinal system reduces bacteria concentrations in the urinal bowel area dramatically when compared to the conventional water using urinals.

More specifically, LGA found bacteria concentrations levels of between 114.42 to 360.54 KBE/100cm2 inside the conventional water using urinal bowl areas, compared to .6 to 42.30 KBE/100m2 found inside the Waterless Urinal bowls indicating 63% to 99% reduction in bacteria concentrations. The report also displayed the advantages of touch free operation. As part of the process, LGA tested the flush handle and found that the handle contained 275.00KBE/100m2.

The table below displays the results of the bacteria concentrations analysis performed by LGA, the study displays the testing of 2 conventional water using urinals, the flush valve handle and 4 waterless urinals all tested under normal conditions.

Types of urinal and Testing Method

Urinal using water. Inner bowl - surface, before flushing

Urinal using water. Inner bowl - corner & side walls, before flushing

Urinal using water. Inner bowl - surface, after flushing

Urinal using water Inner bowl - corner & side walls, after flushing

Flush valve handle


Waterless Urinal No. 1, not cleaned

Waterless Urinal No. 2, not cleaned

Waterless Urinal No. 3, not

Waterless Urinal No. 4, not cleaned

Results (KBE/ 100cm2)*












Results (KBE/ 100cm2)*

Bacteria, Fungus, Mould

Bacteria, Fungus, Mould

Bacteria, Fungus, Mould

Bacteria, Fungus, Mould

Bacteria, Fungus, Mould






* NOTE: KBE/ 100cm2 = thousand units of Bacteria per 100cm2
NB. An independent laboratory commissioned by the German Government in 1997/98 (Landesgewerbeabstalt Bayrn) provided all information in this chart.

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