The sanibroyeur: functioning of these toilets, precautions for use

Does your home already have toilets and would you like to install other toilets? Are you going to create a bathroom at home and you think that it will not be possible for you to install a classic toilet? You would like to know more about this incredible solution that is the sanibrinder. What is a sanibrinder and how does it work? What are the advantages but also the disadvantages of installing such a type of toilet?

What exactly is a sanibrush?

For some, the sanibrush is a little miracle as adding a new toilet to any room in their home can be an impossible feat. Rather than hearing yourself say that you have to break the ground, install complex plumbing and find a way to hook up to the drainage system, you hear yourself say that yes, it is possible to install yourself a new toilet without do none of that. In other words, a sanibrinder is a sanitary grinder that can be placed where the installation of conventional toilets is not possible.

How does a sanibrinder work?

When you flush the toilet after using a sanibrinder, the toilet is flushed and the waste exits the toilet bowl and is then directed to a macerating unit – rather than directly to an outlet as in the case of a toilet classic. On one side the remaining macerate is crushed, on the other the remaining liquid is pumped. In other words, the process is really simple. First, when the bowl is rinsed, a maceration device inside the tank is activated. In a matter of seconds, the waste inside the tank is completely pulverized. Then the waste is pumped into a septic tank or into the ground. When the process is complete, the maceration device inside the tank is deactivated. As soon as the toilet is filled with water again, the tank is clean and empty. For all this to work, it is necessary to have an electrical outlet nearby to connect the motor, a water supply and a special connection to the drainage network.

What are the advantages of a sanibrinder?

Its main advantage is that it can provide a solution when the conditions are not met for the installation of conventional toilets. It also has the particularity of adapting to a small diameter discharge channel. And it consumes little water, which is a great advantage.

What are the disadvantages of a sanibrinder?

Unlike conventional toilets, the sanibrush is not allowed everywhere. If you are a tenant, you must request authorization. It can sometimes be accused of being too noisy even if new technologies mean that in fact the sanibroyeurs are less and less so. Like any fragile device, it must be maintained with care. Obviously, you have to be careful not to throw everything and anything into the bowl and be careful not to use too powerful detergents for its maintenance.

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