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Model #SPACESAVER (white)

Spacesaver Electric Waterless Self Contained Composting Toilet in White

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$208093

Product Overview

The Sun-Mar Spacesaver is specifically designed for places where space is extremely limited. With a width of only 19-1/2 in. and depth of 23 in. this medium capacity electric composting toilet occupies only slightly more floor space than a toilet seat. All Sun-Mar composting toilets incorporate a patented Bio-drum which ensures fast and odorless decomposition. Saves thousands of gallons of water, while recycling waste into soil. The unit is shipped fully assembled. To install, simply plug into a regular 110-Volt outlet and connect the supplied 2 in. vent stack. Seasonal capacity: 3 adults or families of 4. Residential use: 1 adult.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bowl Height without Seat (in.)
26
Product Depth (in.)
23.0
Product Height (in.)
30.0
Product Width (in.)
20.0
Total depth for installation (in.)
38.0

Details

Bowl Height
Extra Tall
Bowl/Seat Shape
Round
Color Family
White
Features
Waterless
Handle Location
Top
Included
Seat
Material
Fiberglass
Mount Location
Freestanding
Product Weight (lb.)
40.0
Returnable
180-Day
Seat Front Type
Closed
Style
Minimalist,Modern
Use Capacity
Full-Time
Weight Capacity (lb.)
300

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
NSF Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years on the fiberglass tank and 3 years parts replacement on all other parts

Questions & Answers

3Questions3Answers

besides venting; we need a drain tube (pls explain, to where)?

Asked by toto April 4, 2018
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Answer

It is only an overflow, you can connect it to a drain or outdoors into the woods. With normal use and the fan going all the time you most likely will not have much overflow problems. When the toilet is plugged in it has a heat unit that keeps it at an optimum temperature to minimize fluid build up. We drilled a hole through the wall and ran the tube to the outside. Check out youtube on composting toilets, the reviews and tips/tricks. It is our go to for product reviews, and hints for everything we have questions about.

The venting..how do I do it?

Asked by Jas April 5, 2017
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Answer

To vent the toilet, you would run a 2 inch diameter pipe from the top of the unit either straight up or through a side wall and up. It needs to end above the highest point in the roof.

Is it ADA approved?

Asked by Khanh October 24, 2015
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Answer

No, it is not ADA approved.

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The Throne!
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When I purchased this toilet, I thought that it was a brilliant idea, to recycle as they so designed. It is very useful in an area where there is no running water. Just vent it, put out the drain tube, and bang, it is up and running. It is that easy. One thing is it is a bit expensive initially. It does feel a bit high too, like sitting on the throne.
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Not us happy as I thought I will be
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Need to change somethings that are nor in the manual. I was getting too many flies , way to many. I cover the exit tube with a fine mesh(fishing net) it works but not totally. We were told by customer service to buy a product that is hard to find but they say it might work getting rid of the flies.. Why is it not on the manual, up front, so one will know what to do before hand. Also the step is to small and not very stable, I will be making a replacement.
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