Payback on URIMAT waterless urinals varies. Typically the payback period is between 9 and 24 months although we have had some customers who have achieved payback in as little as 4.5 months. Take a look at some examples of our customers' payback times.
Yes, we're very happy to let you try URIMAT urinals in your organisation before you purchase. Many of our customers have benefited from a free trial prior to purchase. We generally recommend a two month trial period. Let us know if you're interested in arranging this for your organisation.
The installation process is very straightforward and any competent plumber should be able to manage it. Full installation instructions are provided with delivery of the urinals and we also have some installation information elsewhere on our website.
The miscea systems work best when installed on balanced hot and cold water supplies. If you do not have balanced supplies or are unable to install them, please speak to our technical department who will be able to advise you further.
Yes, with the current models of miscea, most default settings can be changed using the optional remote control module. The settings that can be adjusted is dictated by the particular miscea product that you have installed.
Yes, the systems have an auto-purge cycle for both the water and liquid dispensers. This has been set by default at 2 weeks. It is possible to adjust the frequency of the auto-purge function for more frequent water flushing using the optional remote control unit. This can be set as frequently as every 24 hours and the purge cycle can be set between 2 and 30 minutes.
Time and time again studies show that hand dryers to have a lower environmental impact than even 100% recycled paper towels. 100% recycled paper towels require transportation of source material to a production facility, where large amounts of chemicals and water are required for processing. After processing, fuel is used in transporting the paper towels to a distribution centre before reaching restrooms. After use, paper towels still need transportation to landfills, where they release methane gas during decomposition.
Electricity, however, can be generated in numerous green ways, from solar power to hydropower. With 1 kilowatt hour of electricity, the Jet Towel can dry 340 pairs of hands and produces no waste to clog landfills.
The Jet Towel® reduces drying time in two ways: First, the Jet Towel® blows high velocity air onto both sides of the hands simultaneously, reducing the overall drying time. Secondly, hands are inserted flat into the Jet Towel® ensuring that the maximum surface area is dried quicker.
Box-style hand dryers are available for less than $1000 (US). Traditional dryers, however, are so slow that very few people actually use them and leave the restroom disappointed. High speed box dryers are noisy, messy, and unsanitary as the air intake is located directly behind the air jet and therefor sucks up wet, warm air. While the Jet Towel® may be more expensive than traditional dryers, most facilities see a ROI of 12 months or less.
To prevent potential abuse or misuse, the Jet Towel® hand dryer incorporates a built-in timer that automatically halts operation after 30 seconds. Once the hands are removed, the unit resets and resumes normal operation.
The Jet Towel® hand dryer design presumes use at ordinary room temperatures. If the unit is to be utilized at a location with higher than normal temperatures, it is advised that the necessary wiring precautions be taken. In general, the unit should not be used in any area where the temperature regularly exceeds 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit).