Functionality & Installation
Liquid waste passes into the fully glazed trapway through the debris-catching strainer.
The unique design of the trapway slows the flow of liquid waste as it passes through the sealing liquid, ensuring that the sealing liquid isn’t washed out of the trapway.
Being less dense than liquid waste, the sealing liquid maintains its position at the top of the trapway, thus providing a barrier to block trapway odors.
Through simple displacement, the liquid waste then makes its way into the waste pipe.
Due to an integral trapway design, most wall-hung retrofit installations require no rough-in changes to the waste pipe.
A universal mounting bracket will fit onto most urinal collars in the industry, allowing the installer to use the existing urinal collar in many cases.
The large, clean footprint of Steward waterless urinals (K-4918) minimizes the need for aesthetic changes (tiling, painting, etc.) in a retrofit installation.