The Cinderella Incineration Toilet burns biological waste at high temperatures, leaving only an insignificant quantity of ash amounting to the equivalent of about one teacup for four people during one week of use. Waste is burned in an enclosed incineration chamber, and the non-polluting incineration gases are expelled through a separate ventilation pipe.
Incineration toilets are a complete waste solution, in that they get rid of all waste without having to be collected and transported elsewhere. Most other toilet systems on the market require that the user transports the end waste to a suitable deposit, but with the Cinderella Incineration Toilet, the waste ends up as odorless and hygienic biodegradable ash. Incineration toilets are a popular alternative for toilet installations even in the most remote areas, since the solution does not require a water supply or a costly drainage solution. Cinderella offers several types of incineration toilets using both electricity or gas as sources of energy.
Many are familiar with Cinderella Incineration Toilets designed for transportation options such as narrow boats, channel boats and recreational vehicles such as campers and mobile homes, under the name Motion. Cinderella Travel represents a totally new way to handle waste, easily, without the hassle of emptying in designated areas. The toilets are designed and produced in Norway, known for longevity and high quality with excellent capacity and sustainable, ecological design – without polluting outcomes. Cinderella Travel provides a hygienic and easy way to dispose of toilet waste safely, either on the road or on the water.
Cinderella Travel was first launched on the market as ”Cinderella Motion” in 2013 as a further product development from the popular incineration toilets provided by Cinderella Eco Group, which have been available since 1997. Environmentally friendly Travel does not require electrical power and uses only LPG gas and 12V control power.
Travel incineration toilet
User manual and Installation manuals
500 pcs Bowl liners
Roof feed through flange
Cinderella Travel is a product that requires skill in order to be installed correctly, which is why this is performed from the manufacturers at their factory. It is important that the Travel is installed correctly and in accordance with installation instructions. We work with large and small manufacturers, and the list of providers is constantly expanding.
Cinderella Travel can also be retrofitted into existing Caravans, RV’s, narrow boats and channel boats. This will require replacing old toilets, applies access to 12V control power and LPG Gas in addition to ensuring adequate air supply to the toilet. You must also install an exhaust pipe from the toilet that goes up beyond the roof.
Please note that the toilet is delivered separate from the necessary components and pipes for installation. An installation package that contains pipes and components for an optimal installation is required. Read about the installation kit here.
What is an incineration toilet?
Cinderella’s incineration toilets incinerate human waste at high temperatures, leaving only a minimal amount of sterile ash. Four people using the toilet for a week will only produce about one teacup of ash. With Cinderella Incineration Toilets, you avoid the major costs and strict regulations associated with connecting to sewage, and you can enjoy the same comfort and convenience as with a flush toilet. Since our toilets don’t require a connection to water and sewage systems, they can be installed in vulnerable natural areas and off grid. Cinderella is a total waste handling solution, no after handling. No need for further waste transport or handling, as required by other toilet systems. Learn more about incineration toilets here.
Easy to use
Cinderella incineration toilets are easy to use, and the Cinderella bowl liners safely transport the waste to the incineration chamber. This keeps the toilet hygienic and clean, compared to other options available on the market. Simply lift the lid and seat ring. Place an original Cinderella bowl liner in the bowl and put the seat back down. Use the toilet as you would any toilet and close the lid when you are done. Press the “flush button” and the bowl liner, with its contents, is released into the incineration chamber below. The toilet is now ready for use and the process as described can be repeated.
Cinderella Travel meets all regulatory and necessary approvals and certifications. This is extremely important for us as manufacturers and ensures that you, as our customer, receive a high quality product. Read more about our certifications here.
Complete waste handling solution, incinerates all waste
Does not use water
No need for tanks or containers
No need for frost protection
Can replace most traditional toilet solutions for motor homes/caravans
No need for tanks or containers, everything is emptied from the inside
Produces little waste, end product is clean ash
Environmentally friendly solution
A high quality product made in Norway
Easy to use and childproof
Comfortable indoor climate, no smell
DBI approved and CE-marked
High capacity, approx. 70 toilet visits before emptying
Local family Owned and operated, long time Homer and Happy Valley Residents. With many years of personal experience with Batteries, Solar, and Generators we strive to share our knowledge and provide Homer with top quality products. Ask us about Cinderella Incineration Toilets.
At AC/DC Electrical Supply we have everything you need to wire a boat to having a whole home backup automatic generator. Local family owned and operated. Now offering Marine Service and Repair. A proud Supplier of Arctic Ultraflex Blue® , Blue Sea Systems, and Generac Home Standby Power®, and DAKOTA LITHIUM
The DL 100Ah battery is built with Dakota Lithium's legendary LiFePO4 cells. 2,000+ recharge cycles (roughly 5 year lifespan at daily use) vs. 500 for other lithium batteries or lead acid. Optimal performance down to minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit (for winter warriors). Plus twice the power of lead-acid batteries at half the weight.
The usable capacity of an off-grid battery bank will depend on the type of battery used.
For example, Lead acid batteries usually have depth of discharge set at 30% therefore the usable amount of power will be 30% of the total storage.
eg: 10kw battery with a 30% DOD = 3kw of usable energy.
Lithium batteries have a much higher depth of discharge which is usually around 90-96% of the total storage.
Yes, absolutely. Our Off-Grid systems are designed to give you an “On-Grid” feel, which will enable you to run your appliances as you wish. With the capacity of the inverters these days, you can live a normal life during the daytime as if you were connected to the grid.
The amount of solar panels and batteries you will need will be based on your power needs.
Once our system designers have conducted a thorough load assessment, taking into consideration the site requirements and location of your dwelling, they will be able to calculate what you require.
This depends on its capacity and the amount of power consumed by the connected equipment. As a rule, the faster a battery is discharged, the less power it supplies. This also works the other way around: The longer it takes before a battery discharges, the more energy you can get from it. A 100 Ah lead-acid battery supplies a current of 5 amps for 20 hours, during which time the voltage does not drop below 10.5 volt. This amounts to 100 Ah. If a load of 100 amps is connected to the same battery, the battery will be able to power it for only 45 minutes. After this time the battery voltage will fall to 10.5 volt and the battery will be empty, having supplied no more than 75 Ah. In contradiction to the lead-acid batteries, the capacity of Lithium Ion batteries will not be effected by the load connected. A Li-ion battery will always supply 100 % capacity, independent of the connected load.
A series connection is used to increase voltage, while keeping capacity at the same level. Two serially connected 12 V/120 Ah batteries make a combined battery set of 24 V/120 Ah. In a series connection, the positive pole of one battery is connected to the negative pole of the other, with the poles that remain at the ends being connected to the system. Batteries with different capacities should never be linked in series.
Parallel connection is used when you need to increase your capacity. The positive leads are connected together, as are the negative leads. The cabling from the battery to the system should be: Positive from battery 1 and negative from battery 2 (or the last in the parallel connection).
If you need a 24 V battery set with a higher capacity, you can combine series and parallel connections. The cables from the battery to the system must be crossed: Positive from battery 1 and negative from battery 2 (or the last in the parallel connection).
Make sure there is sufficient space between the batteries when installing multiple batteries: There should be a ‘finger’ of space between them to allow the heat to be diverted.
This is no problem for any Lithium battery and can even be a benefit as the lower temperature extends battery life considerably. The batteries should be fully charged, however, and disconnected from any consumers. Make sure to consider hidden consumers such as voltmeters, clocks and the car radio memory. If the battery is connected to a battery charger with 3-stage+ charge characteristic, the battery is recharged every 12 days to ensure it stays in optimal condition. If you disconnect the battery, we recommend disconnecting all consumers and connecting the power once every two to three weeks to ensure the batteries are recharged. If you don’t have access to power in winter, we recommend fully charging the batteries and disconnecting the battery terminals to ensure they are not discharged by small devices. We also recommend fully charging your batteries every two months and before they are reused. Wet batteries should be recharged regularly to prevent them from freezing.
Solar panels absorb the sun's energy throughout the day and convert it into direct current (DC) electricity. Most homes and businesses run on alternating current (AC) electricity, so the DC electricity is then passed through an inverter to convert it to usable AC electricity. At that point, you either use the electricity in your house or send it back to the electric grid.
The amount of power your solar energy system can generate is dependent on sunlight. As a result, your solar panels will produce slightly less energy when the weather is cloudy, and no energy at night. However, because of high electricity costs and financial incentives, solar is a smart decision even if you live in a cloudy city.
Solar panels convert sunshine into power, so if your panels are covered in snow, they can’t produce electricity. Snow generally isn’t heavy enough to cause structural issues with your panels, and since most panels are tilted at an angle the snow will slide off. If snow does accumulate, your panels are easy to clean.
Solar panel systems are made of durable tempered glass and require little to no maintenance for the 25 to 35 years that they will generate power. In most cases, you don’t even need to clean your solar panels regularly. If something does happen, most equipment manufacturers include warranties, although warranty terms depend on the company.
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