Suitcase Exhibition


Designed and manufactured in the UK with patented POWA™ displaced air technology, Propelair produces a powerful, high-performance flush using just 1.5 litres of water compared to an average nine, using 84% less water and cutting water bills by up to 60%. Requiring a fraction of the energy usually needed for water and waste processing, the toilet reduces carbon footprint by an average 80%. Propelair is also one of the most hygienic systems available. Flushing a conventional toilet creates a ‘sneeze effect’, spraying bacteria, viruses and moisture into the air. Propelair reduces aerosolised germs by 95% - the germs are trapped inside Propelair's unique closable lid, and then efficiently removed with its powerful air-flush, creating a more hygienic and healthier washroom environment for users.

Propelair can easily be installed onto existing drainage systems, so is suitable for refurbishments and retrofits as well as new developments. Its quick refill time of 20-30 seconds helps to reduce queuing time, which is particularly helpful during periods of high usage. Propelair conforms to a number of globally recognised standards including the prestigious BSI Kitemark, WRAS and ISO 9001 manufacturing standards.  It also reaches the highest performance rating under BREEAM’s water efficiency guidelines, and exceeds environmental planning legislation such as Part G of the Building Regulations and Code for Sustainable Homes.

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 The main ranges of products shown were the Carat and Platin tanks which are used for Rainwater Harvesting systems, and have also been used with raised outlets to combine harvesting in the lower section of the tank and attenuation of surface water in the upper section. The Carat tank is available in sizes from 2,700l to 6,500l and are manufactured by pressure injection moulding in 2 halves which allows them to be stacked to enable transport of up to 30 tanks on one vehicle, and are also used for Waste water treatment plants.  The Platin tanks are much shallower dig tanks for projects where ground water may be an issue, or where the ground is rocky and difficult to excavate.
These tanks come complete with filters, pumps and control boxes to suit the various requirements for WC flushing, garden irrigation, etc. We also showed the range of EcoBloc cells used to make larger underground tanks for soakaways, attenuation tanks and combined with Rainwater Harvesting systems. These cells are designed for quick and simple installation by our own teams, or with our assistance. They are specially designed to stack during transport and storage to take a quarter of the space occupied by traditional cellular systems.