Odorless toilets

Discussion in 'Toilet Forum discussions' started by rfp, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. rfp

    rfp New Member

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    Hello everyone,

    I wanted to get your thoughts and comments on new innovations that involve odor removal at the toilet. I know there are a few products out there that do this. I was interested in reading your comments on the over flow-less toilet post as you all made some good points.

    Thanks.
    Ron
  2. jimbo

    jimbo Plumber

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    There are fancy bidet seats with a fan and charcoal filter.

    I have my own personal opinion that &^%&* stinks, god meant for it to stink, get over it!!!!!
  3. rfp

    rfp New Member

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    LOL!

    Yeah, I’ve seen the seat version but there are at least 3 toilets that actually vent the odor.
  4. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    Toilets that are vent out the back, using pipes in the wall behind the bowl, and vented out of the home.
    http://betterlifestylesinc.com/tbeshome.html

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    The wall switch for the remotely installed fan.

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    Using smoke to demonstrate

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    Looking at the bowl from the top.
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  5. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    Cut the drywall behind the bowl, and use the flexible connector to the back of the bowl.
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    The fan pulls the air from the bowl, and thus the smell too.

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    You can have several bathrooms vented off the same fan.
  6. rfp

    rfp New Member

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  7. rfp

    rfp New Member

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    I know of two others, the Ventex and the V.I.P. The Ventex vents out through the tank to the wall and out through the fart fan. The V.I.P. vents through the toilet then out to the sewage connection at the base of toilet.

    I've been working on my own version over the last several years and will be looking to do further research and development on it.

    Here is a link to my site on it.

    www.bettertoilet.com
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