The Urine Toilet Separett Pee 1020 is a simple waterless urinal and has been specially designed to handle liquid ‘waste’. The integral trap ensures no odours can come back up the pipe through to the PEE.
Originally conceived as an accessory to the Separett incinerating toilets, it also works well as a companion to any compost toilet (enabling male users to stand to urinate), or as a stand-alone waterless urinal.
It is straightforward to install, as well as hygienic. The water lock system or trap, which is built into the toilet itself, also catches odours before they escape, leading to a practically odourless environment. Urine is directed outside where it can run into a small soak-away pit (for example one that you have for the Separett compost toilet), or it can be directed and stored in the optional Separett Ejektortank, which then can be used to fertilise a garden. Alternatively, urine can be run into an existing grey water drain.
Due to its small and efficient design, it can be installed in tight areas to maximise space. Temperature is also not an issue when deciding where to place it – it can be fitted in outside rooms and used throughout the year, although if your area is subject to extreme cold weather, we recommend the external pipework leading to a soak-away pit is upgraded to 50mm to prevent freezing.
|Height:||47cm (to top of lid)|
|Depth:||44cm (urinal only – allow extra space for mounting bracket)|
|Max user load:||120kg|
|Package size:||L:53 W:40 H:52 cm, Weight:7kg|
The urine from Pee 1020 needs to be led off to a suitable collection container, soak-away pit or Separett Ejektortank. This can means that a hole needs to be drilled into the wall behind the toilet in order to lead off the liquid. Pee 1020 is secured to the wall by means of the accompanying wall fitting.
Urine drain: Ø32 mm
– Wall mounting backet
– 2 metres flexible urine hose
– 32mm connector, straight
– 32mm connector, 90 degree
– 32mm wall cover plate
– 400mm rigid 32mm wall pipe
Because the Pee 1020 doesn’t ‘flush’ we recommend the occasional rinse with a cup of water. Alternatively, a ‘spritz’ bottle (spray pump bottle) filled with a weak white vinegar solution to enable users to spray the bowl can be helpful.