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Did you know that flushing urinals uses more water than anything else in commercial premises?
The average urinal flushes every 20 minutes. This equates to over 1000 litres per week or £150 per year per urinal on average.*1
In some water authority areas this cost can be far higher.
The Chemex Waterless system uses friendly bacteria to digest the deposits that cause odour and blockages rather than chemicals and an awful lot of water – one of nature’s most precious resources.
So what does the our Waterless system do?
Less water – less odours
Our new environmentally responsible treatment works without using any water other than for routine cleaning. As well as offering significant water savings, the treatment also addresses some of the problems associated with conventional urinals; namely odour, scale, blockage, and subsequent flooding.
Odour is a problem with waterless urinals with most manufacturers offering a countermeasure, usually in the form of a scented block, stick, pad or automatic air fresheners. In reality, odours are usually caused by trap leaks or general hygiene problems around the urinals rather than the lack of water. The new system can help to overcome these problems. In addition:
Bactizyme Clean Plus
The second part of the Chemex Waterless system uses a biological product called Bactizyme Clean Plus to clean urinals. This product contains bacteria that produce enzymes which digest odours and help prevent blockages and is completely compatible with Bio-Pucks. The regular use of this product creates a colony of active friendly bacteria to build up in the urinal system keeping it clean and fresh.
Please note: Bio-Pucks and Clean Plus are biological products and are NOT compatible with acidic or bleach-based cleaners
A Chemex operator will train your staff in the effective use of the system.