CINDI® Basic informs you of what state it’s in or if it requires any special attention via a button and a series of light signals. Additional information can be found in the manual.
CINDI® Basic is optimized for your cottage and/or Tiny house but can also be installed in your home or in a quest house. It has the capability of handling the humanure from up to 6 persons on a regular basis. The toilet is used whenever it’s needed, even if someone has just visited it. The toilet keeps track on the number of visits and adapts the incineration time to ensure that the waste product is always ash. It is therefore important to start the incineration program after each visit.
The following is included with the toilet: Long bend Ø110 mm 90°, cleaning brush, dimensional drawing, 100 in no. bags, windcowl, chisel, O-ring and extra fuses.
CINDI Basic is a safe toilet. It has a wide Array of built in safety systems that closely monitors the temperature in the oven, inside the toilet and the ventilation temperature. It is also fitted with at “stand alone” over heat protection that works outside the regular firmware. If the temperature in any location gets higher the normal the incinerating process automaticly shuts down and the display informs you of this.
How it Works
Before your visit place a bag in the bowl, the bag protects the bowl from the feces and limits the need for cleaning. Place the bag by lifting the lid and seats, then place the bag. When the bag is places – the toilet is ready to be used. When the visit is completed, use the flush lever to open the hatch to the incineration chamber. When the flush lever is pressed down and the bag of waste falls down to the incineration chamber, release the flush lever and start the incinerating process by pushing the button. Even if the toilet already is in an ongoing incineration process, it is extremely important to both flush and to start the program by pushing the button. Always start an incineration process after your visit.
When no programme is running, and the toilet is in standby mode, the fan constantly operates at low speed. The purpose of this is to let moisture ventilate out of the toilet and to prevent cold air from getting in to the toilet through the pipe.
When an incineration programme is running, the fan draws air through the incineration chamber to constantly add oxygen to the incineration process. This also enables hot air and smoke to flow through the pipe and out of the chamber
IMPORTANT! As long as the toilet is attached to the ventilation pipe, the power should be turned on. When the fan spins, it prevents moist air from entering the toilet. If the power is turned off, the toilet should be disconnected from the pipe and the pipe plugged to prevent moist air from entering.