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Perfect for medium to heavy seasonal or medium residential use, the Centrex 3000 allows for both a longer composting cycle and the largest compost volume
The Centrex 3000 NE utilizes a continuous flow design for very heavy cottage or medium residential use. With a continuous flow system, rotation of the drum moves compost along the larger and longer 3000 series drum, before it drops automatically into the collection housing at the end of the unit. Under normal operating conditions, the drum will not have to be turned backward for emptying.
The Centrex 3000 NE - MFP is a high capacity, low voltage, “off-grid” alternative to the straight Centrex 3000 model. The system is designed for use in conjunction with a micro flush toilet pedestal and processes waste under the bathroom floor, the non-electric system is slightly smaller than its electric counterpart.
The Centrex 3000 NE (Non-Electric) is the non-electric version of the Centrex 3000 which is fitted with a 4" vent stack. Installation of a 12 Volt fan is optional, but it is recommended for heavy seasonal, residential use, or where the installation is particularly subject to downdraft, being surrounded by high trees or hills. We also recommend the fan if you need to install a bend in your vent stack.
With a larger compost capacity than the Centrex 2000 NE MFP model, the 3000 can comfortably accommodate up to 6 people in a holiday house situation. In a residential capacity, the compost needs to be emptied more frequently and is suitable for up to 4 people.
All Centrex 3000 series units are supplied with a 1" drain hose which should be connected to the 1" drain at the bottom left of the unit.
There is no heating unit in this model so it will operate beautifully on solar or mains power. Without the heater, the evaporation process is not as effective as in the 240-volt system. Therefore an overflow drain to a small subsurface gravel pit is required (200x40x40cm).
A 100 mm vent and low voltage fan help to ensure that odours are dispelled with the minimal electrical draw.
Listed capacities refer to the number of people, on average, using the unit per day. Do not pick a unit that is below your capacity.
AS/NZS 1546.2:2008 - On-site domestic wastewater treatment units - Waterless composting toilets
License Number. SMKH25591
Against the AS/NZS 1546.2
Under SAI Global
NSF/ANSI 41 Standard - Non-Liquid Saturated Treatment Systems
This system is Certified for liquid containment, odors, and solid end products
THERE IS ONLY ONE PERFORMANCE STANDARD FOR COMPOSTING TOILETS IN NORTH AMERICA. THIS IS NATIONAL SANITATION FOUNDATION NSF/ANSI STANDARD #41.
Sun-Mar is certified by the NSF under this stringent standard. Testing is conducted for 6 months at an NSF recognized, independent testing laboratory under a strict test protocol.
To be certified, the unit must operate odor-free at maximum capacity (including overload conditions) and produce clean, safe compost.
What you need to know about Composting Toilets
As additional verification, NSF obtains and tests additional compost samples from randomly selected field operations, and conducts interviews with the users of these units. For verification, please check the NSF website.
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