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Waste Tank for Single Mains Toilet

Waste Tank for Single Mains Toilet


Product Specifications

External Length (m) 2.515
External Width (m) 1.23
External Height (m) 0.61
Floor Type Steel
Internal Floor Covering Steel
Internal Wall Covering Steel

Waste Tank for Single Mains Toilet

Product Details

The waste tank for a single mains toilet is available for sale.

Single Mains Toilet Waste Tank Features

  • Used in conjunction with jackleg and steel toilets
  • Steel Construction, internal framework & supports, clad with 2mm steel
  • Primed in black
  • 500 gallon capacity
  • 2no. 150mm Corner emptying points with covers
A waste tank for a single mains toilet, also known as a portable toilet waste tank, is a container designed to collect and store waste from a single mains toilet system. Unlike a double mains toilet, which has separate tanks for water and waste, a single mains toilet combines the water supply and waste storage into a single unit.The waste tank for a single mains toilet serves the same purpose as the waste tank for a double mains toilet, which is to collect and contain the waste until it can be properly disposed of or emptied. The tank is typically constructed from durable materials such as polyethylene and is designed to be leak-proof, easy to clean, and resistant to odors.

Here are some key features and considerations of a waste tank for a single mains toilet:

1. Capacity: Waste tanks for single mains toilets come in various sizes, ranging from smaller capacities suitable for low-traffic events to larger tanks designed for high-usage scenarios. The capacity you choose depends on factors such as the number of users, duration of use, and frequency of waste disposal or emptying.

2. Connections and fittings: The waste tank should have appropriate connections and fittings to allow for easy attachment to the single mains toilet unit. This typically includes an inlet connection for waste disposal and may also include venting mechanisms and seals to prevent leaks and odors.

3. Handling and transportation: Waste tanks should be designed with handles, lifting points, or other features that facilitate safe and convenient handling and transportation. Some tanks may also have integrated wheels or skids for easier movement.

4. Level indicators: To monitor the fill level of the waste tank, some models may include built-in level indicators or gauges. These indicators can help determine when the tank needs to be emptied.

5. Disposal options: Waste tanks for single mains toilets require regular emptying and proper disposal of the waste. Ensure that the tank has suitable access points or valves for waste removal, and consider the availability of waste disposal services in your area.

When selecting a waste tank for a single mains toilet, it’s recommended to consult with suppliers or rental companies that specialize in portable sanitation equipment. They can provide guidance on suitable tank options based on your specific requirements, such as the expected usage volume and duration. Additionally, they can offer information on maintenance and servicing requirements for the waste tank to ensure proper functionality and hygiene.

Waste Tank for Single Mains Toilet

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