Waterless No-Flush urinals resemble conventional fixtures, and easily replace them. They install to the regular urinal 2” (50MM) waste line (for 1 ½” (38MM) waste lines, use a reducer bushing). They eliminate flush water supply lines. Flush valves are completely eliminated as well. No handles to touch, no sensors to install or adjust, no moving parts at all! The urinal bowl surfaces are smooth and urine repellent; urine is 95% liquid and its drainage is affected without flush water through gravity. Daily cleaning procedures are the same as for flushed urinals, yet save time per urinal.
The conventional water-filled urinal trap is replaced by a disposable EcoTrap inserted in the urinal drain outlet of our urinals. It holds a layer of the proprietary immiscible BlueSeal liquid, floating on top of a urine layer. The combination of the EcoTrap and the covering BlueSeal blocks out sewer gases and urine odors from the restroom. A 3 ounce dose of BlueSeal lasts up to 1500 uses, replacing from 1000 and up to 4500 gallons of quality potable flush water at each fill!!
We offer several different styles of waterless urinals in both wall drain and bottom drain configurations. The bottom drain urinals are great for old trough urinal conversions, while the wall drain is a more standard design for newer facilities. The fixtures are available in both Vitreous China (VC) and High Performance Composites (HPC). HPC urinals offer light weight, exceptional strength and color combinations. HPC urinals have displayed their versatility and strength and have proven themselves in tough installations such as high schools, juvenile halls, prisons and parks over the years. All urinals come in a high gloss finish. Standard color is a sanitary white. For all other color availabilities please click here. All of the fixtures feature full 2” internal drain lines. Urine can flow uninhibited. The large diameter allows for snaking of the line without removing the fixture from the wall if needed. Connection to the 2” drain line is the same as one finds on flushed urinals, via a flange and gasket. The installing plumber knows exactly what to do.