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Reliable Mobile Toilet Solutions with Scanvogn & Vacuum Toilets Australia

Scanvogn are the mobile solution experts, featuring a large selection of portable offices, shops, toilets and accommodation cabin trailers for a huge range of industries. They are the leading manufacturer of mobile solutions for the construction and event industry. And guess what? They choose Jets Vacuum for their mobile toilet solutions!

Scanvogn at Festivals
Scanvogn mostly use our Jets vacuum toilets in their
toilet cabin trailers for festivals and other events. The 6 star WELS rated vacuum toilets only use 0.8 litres per full flush, thereby reducing the strain on water and drainage tanks. The dedicated vacuum pump is also stronger and more reliable than the pump of ordinary toilet waste disposals, leading to less faults and blockages.

Jets vacuum toilets are suitable for the Scanvogn toilet cabins at festivals, where it can be challenging to maintain a stable water pressure during the entire event. Without stable water pressure, it takes longer for an ordinary toilet to be ready for the next flush. With a vacuum system, tanks can be used to create a buffer so that the toilet is always ready for use, even during very busy periods.

Some more good news - Jets vacuum toilets suck 60-100 litres of air down the drain at each flush, leaving the toilet cubicle refreshed and hygienic for the next patron. This means the days of holding your breath while using mobile toilet facilities at events are finally over!

Scanvogn has repeatedly put Jets vacuum toilets to the test at major events, such as
Smukfest. The event was attended by over 50,000 people which were serviced by 192 vacuum toilets across 12 of Scanvogn's largest toilet cabin trailers. The largest Scanvogn trailer contains 16 toilets per line simple trailer solution. Since the trailer can be connected to a regular tow bar and ready in minutes, it makes setting up a breeze!

Self Sufficient Cabin Trailers
Vacuum toilets are also used in the Scanvogn
Pioneer Cabins for jobs with limited water supply, such as during forestry, excavations and concrete work. In these instances, a vacuum toilet can run purely on solar power, thereby providing utmost flexibility. The majority of the Scanvogn cabins can be customised to be fully self-sufficient like the Pioneer Cabin, meaning that they can be fully functional even without connection to water or electricity outlets.

NEW Scanvogn Australia
Scanvogn recently entered the Australian market, so now customers at events across the nation can enjoy luxurious, clean and hygienic portable-loos. Staff on construction sites can relish in comfortable contemporary offices and even on-site accommodation. Scanvogn originated in Denmark and has over 33 years of experience producing portable, lightweight cabin trailers for a range of industries. Check out their range of
portable cabins today!


Bloomberg UK leads the Way in Sustainability by using Vacuum Toilets and Cooling Tower Water Recycling

The Bloomberg building in London is with an almost perfect 98.5% BREEAM sustainability rating the UK's highest performing building in innovation and sustainability. By using cutting edge technology, including a modern vacuum toilet system and cooling tower water recycling, the Bloomberg building is saving up to 73% of water compared to other office buildings.

Find out more about the innovative, sustainable design of the Bloomberg building by:

watching a short
film, reading Bloomberg's Innovation Reports on their use of Vacuum Drainage and Cooling Tower Water Recycling, or reading the BREEAM Report.

Bloomberg Headquarters to Save 25 million Litres of Water in First Year of Operation by using a Jets Vacuum System

With a near perfect BREEAM score, the new Bloomberg Headquarters in the UK is hailed as one of the most sustainable office buildings in the world. One of the key sustainability features is a Jets vacuum sanitary system, consisting of over 500 low-flush vacuum pans, using less than a litre per flush. Using recycled rainwater, the building is using net zero mains water for toilet flushing and is expected to save 25 million litres of water in its first year of operation. In Australia, where fresh water is extremely scarce, it is about time we start looking at this technology more seriously and include it in any new commercial development. To find out more about the advantages of using vacuum in commercial developments, read the cover story on sustainability in the latest P&HE Journal (p.18).

Perth's first 5-Star Hotel in Decades an "Engineering Success"

The InterContinental Perth City Centre features a "bullet proof" Jets vacuum toilet system, significantly reducing the building's water and electricity consumption.
Read more about Perth's new luxury hotel in the latest issue of Hotel Engineer.