The success of the Excel design meant that a three chamber unit could be specifically designed for those with NO continuous 110 volt supply. First launched in 1981, the Excel NE has long been the standard toilet for those living off the grid. A 1998 redesign gave the unit a rounded look, and recessed the drum handle.The Excel NE has no fan or heater. Odorless operation is achieved by a 4" vent mounted at the top rear of the unit which acts like a chimney on a wood stove. For good air movement the vent should be installed vertically and to 2-3 feet above the peak of the roof. The optional 12 Volt Fan should be installed if you need to install the toilet with any bends in the vent. No more than 2 45 degree bends are encouraged, even with the fan. If the Excel NE is used residentially or heavily, or is in a place which is subject to downdraft, the optional 12 volt fan should be installed in the vent stack. This fan draws 1.4 watts and can be powered by a solar panel and 12 volt marine battery.Evaporating capacity on the Excel NE is variable, so the 1" drain at the rear should be connected to an approved drain pit, container, or other facility.
Listed capacities refer to the amount of people, on average, using the unit per day. Do not pick a unit that is below your capacity.
Residential/Continuous (Adults/Families) 2 adults or families of 3
Seasonal/Vacation (Adults/Families) 5 adults or families of 7
Fan Watts (Required or Optional Hookup) 1.4 (12V) Optional $60
Vent & Drains
Vent Pipe 4" PVC Thinwall
Drains (Required or Optional Hookup) 1" Required
Weights (Lbs.) & Dimensions
Product Weight/Shipping Weight 50/95
Shipping Carton Dimensions (W by L by H) 28" by 35 1/2" by 36"
Depth Required to Remove Drawer 46"
Vent outlet center distance from left side 11 1/4"
Height to center of vent N/A
Unit Height/Width/Depth 31 1/2" by 22 1/2" by 32 1/2"