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    Installed where >650mm of height can be made available between the bathroom floor level and ground.

    Split Systems are the largest type of batch or continuous composting toilet. The compost treatment tank/chamber below the bathroom floor is separated from the toilet pedestal by a waste chute.
     
    There are two types of Split Systems
    1. Wet systems: Toilet pedestal with a 500mL microflush moves solid waste along the narrow waste chute run almost horizontally. Available on Sun-Mar Centrex models only.
    2. Dry systems: Use a waterless toilet pedestal with a wide (250mm) waste chute of a variable length that sits inline between the compost chamber directly below the bathroom floor.
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    Picture of Sun-Mar | Centrex 2000 NE (Non Electric) - A/F (Air Flow)

    Sun-Mar | Centrex 2000 NE (Non Electric) - A/F (Air Flow)

    SMC 2000 NE A/F
    The Centrex 2000 A/F (Air Flow) NE is a low voltage, waterless “off-grid” alternative to the straight Centrex 2000 model. The system is designed for use in conjunction with a waterless toilet pedestal and processes waste under the bathroom floor, the non-electric system is slightly smaller than its electric counterpart.
    $3,750.00 incl tax excluding shipping
    Picture of Sun-Mar | Centrex 2000 NE (Non Electric) - M/F (Micro Flush)

    Sun-Mar | Centrex 2000 NE (Non Electric) - M/F (Micro Flush)

    SMC 2000 NE MFP
    Perfect for medium to heavy seasonal or light residential use, the Centrex 2000 NE allows for both a longer composting cycle and larger waste volumes.
    $4,070.00 incl tax excluding shipping
    Picture of Sun-Mar | Centrex 2000 - A/F (AirFlow) 240

    Sun-Mar | Centrex 2000 - A/F (AirFlow) 240

    SMC 2000 A/F 240
    The Sun-Mar Centrex system range is a split system, also known as a under floor model. This mean that the holding chamber is separate from the actual toilet pedestal itself. The major advantages of these systems is that they allow for greater holding capacity and therefore tend to be lower maintenance. If you have below floor space for installation, then this is the range for you.
    $4,150.00 incl tax excluding shipping
    Picture of Sun-Mar | Centrex 2000 - M/F (Micro Flush) 240

    Sun-Mar | Centrex 2000 - M/F (Micro Flush) 240

    SMC 2000 MFP 240
    Perfect for medium to heavy seasonal or light residential use, the Centrex 2000 allows for both a longer composting cycle, and larger waste volumes than the 1000 models. The increased surface area in the evaporating chamber coupled with the larger heating element also provides better evaporation on electric units.
    $4,470.00 incl tax excluding shipping
    Picture of Sun-Mar | Centrex 3000 NE (Non Electric) - A/F (Air Flow)

    Sun-Mar | Centrex 3000 NE (Non Electric) - A/F (Air Flow)

    SMC 3000 NE A/F
    The Sun-Mar Centrex 3000 system range is a split system, also known as a under floor model. This mean that the holding chamber is separate from the actual toilet pedestal itself. The major advantages of these systems is that they allow for greater holding capacity and therefore tend to be lower maintenance. If you have below floor space for installation, then this is the range for you.
    $4,400.00 incl tax excluding shipping
    Picture of Sun-Mar | Centrex 3000 NE (Non Electric) - M/F Micro Flush

    Sun-Mar | Centrex 3000 NE (Non Electric) - M/F Micro Flush

    SMC 3000 NE MFP
    The Sun-Mar Centrex system range is a split system, also known as a under floor model. This mean that the holding chamber is separate from the actual toilet pedestal itself. The major advantages of these systems is that they allow for greater holding capacity and therefore tend to be lower maintenance. If you have below floor space for installation, then this is the range for you.
    $4,750.00 incl tax excluding shipping
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