How ZeroFlush Urinals Work

ZeroFlush Urinals & Waterless Urinals:

A Simple, Yet Highly Effective Urinal System

If you’re look for urinals whilst also considering the costs of water these days, look no further than Zeroflush Waterless Urinals.

The Zeroflush Urinals system is a patented design which will save you hundreds on your annual water bill, whilst effectively helping the environment and waste infrastructures. ZeroFlush Waterless Urinals are built to last and to save you time on maintenance and costs, plus they have a highly significant advantage to our environment.

The concept of a waterless urinal is simple. Human male urine is approximately 96% water, so why use water to move water?

The ZeroFlush® urinal trap utilises a time tested, proven method and technology to move urine into the waste system and eliminate urinal odours.

The housing of the urinal has a removable and replaceable “drain insert” that when in place creates a very effective vertical trap system. Zeroflush Urinals Liquid Odour Barrier is 100% Natural & Biodegradable’ which means  No harsh chemicals. With the addition of an all-natural vegetable oil it enables a simple solution to odour. It also ‘eliminates the need for deodorant blocks and other products containing harsh chemicals that are used in traditional urinals’. This gives you a clean, odourless environment, which is much more inviting for work colleagues, employees and visitors alike.

Bacteria is also eliminated by using the Zeroflush Waterless Urinals. Removing water, where bacteria generally breeds and flourishes, removes bacteria. Zeroflush Urinals have successfully and scientifically proven that bathrooms and toilets that use waterless urinals have a significant reduction of bacteria than those with general water based flushing systems.

Contact Us today for more information on Urinals and Zeroflush Waterless Urinals.

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