Benefits of Waterless Urinals
Here are some of the most common benefits of waterless urinals.
Urinals and toilets combine to make up to half of a building’s total water consumption. Billions of gallons of water is used each day to flush conventional urinals in the United States alone. On the other hand, the no flush urinals use no water, and this can save you 1 to 5 gallons of water per usage. To keep up the efficiency, always hire a good repair service to fixed our urinals.
Little maintenance is needed to maintain waterless urinals in perfect working condition. There is no flush valve, so, you do not have to worry about replacing your flush valve whenever needed. Because large amount of water is not used in its working, the danger of overflowing is also eliminated. Waterless urinals are also less susceptible to clogging.
You can flush the urinal occasionally with one or two gallons of water to keep the drain clean and open.
Contrary to the popular belief, urine is not an unclean liquid. It is composed of out metabolic waste and water. There are no harmful microorganisms in urine unless the person urinating has some sort of urinary tract infection.
When water is used in a conventional urinal, it provides the bacteria with a perfect opportunity and the environment to grow. On the other hand, waterless urinals are mostly designed to remain dry.
This makes the waterless urinals better for you hygiene. There is no handle that you will have to touch, and so the spread of communicable diseases is prevented.
Conventional urinals are notorious for the odor made by a combination of urine and water. On the other hand, waterless urinals are free of these odors because there is no water involved in the process.