Heavy-Duty Cartridge - Specification Sheet
The cartridge is the main component and is installed at the base of the urinal. A biodegradable sealant liquid is contained within the cartridge. A barrier is formed between the drain and the open air by the liquid sealant, eliminating odors. The cartridge is designed to collect uric sediment, the remaining liquid, which is non-corrosive and free of hard water, is allowed to flow into the drainage pipe.The result: no wasted water and an odor-free environment.Maintenance is performed by replacing the cartridge after 7000 uses with a provided key.
WES-150 WaterFree Urinal Cartridge Kit from Sloan
The replaceable and biodegradable, liquid-sealed cartridge filters waste so liquids enter the drain and sediments are collected for disposal when the cartridge is replaced after 6,000 to 7,000 uses.Multiplying each use by 1.6 gallons of water (to compare to low-flow toilets) or by 3.5 (to compare to older units) shows a savings of 9,600 to 24,500 gallons of water.
The cartridge is engineered to receive waste through drain holes. Waste passes through an immiscible layer of sealant, continues through a siphon trap system, and flows out through a patented baffle to prevent the loss of sealant. A discharge tube in the housing directs the flow of waste into the building drain system. The cartridge is designed as a replaceable component when its function has been exhausted.
There are four primary functions of the cartridge system:
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