WWETT 2016: Portable Restroom Preview

WWETT 2016: Portable Restroom Preview
The Wave portable restroom from Armal

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Need to stock up on new restrooms for the upcoming busy summer? Looking to invest in a new restroom trailer? Then get ready to explore the latest products and technology at the 2016 Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport (WWETT) Show Feb. 17-20 in Indianapolis.

For the second consecutive year, all 564,000 square feet of exhibit floor space in the Indiana Convention Center is sold out for the show. Although the exhibit hall is already sold, there’s still time to sign up. Don’t miss out. Pre-register by Jan. 22 and save $30 on a full show pass.

Here’s a sneak peek at some of the restrooms and trailers that will be on display:

The Wave portable restroom from Armal offers ease of use for operators, as it’s easy to assemble, handle and clean. The single block floor is highly resistant to impact. The units are made of high-density polyethylene and are treated to resist the effects of UV action, creating color stability and parts durability at extreme temperatures. The unit is versatile and can be configured with several optional fittings. 866/873-7796; www.armal.biz; Booth #1449.


ART Company
The 207-W restroom trailer from ART Company (A Restroom Trailer Company) is designed for fast and easy setup with a sleek, streamlined appearance. The 20-foot seven-station unit is available in several exterior and interior color combinations to match existing fleet colors. It has a 780-gallon waste tank, 200-gallon freshwater tank, heavy-duty steel frame, integral trailer skirting, a 2 5/16-inch trailer hitch, heavy-duty tongue jack, maple cabinetry, Corian countertops with integrated sinks, and ducted heat and air conditioning. 269/435-4278; www.arestroomtrailer.com; Booth #4240.

Comforts of Home Services
Handicap-accessible restroom trailers from Comforts of Home Services have a hydraulic lowering module and attached ramp to meet ADA guidelines. They can be pulled to a venue and set up for operation in less than 10 minutes, eliminating the need for an additional truck to carry an ADA ramp system. The module can be attached to any of the company’s 20-foot or longer floor plans. 630/906-8002; www.cohsi.com; Booth #5328, 5329, 5333.

Five Peaks
The Aspen Reflow Plus SS portable restroom from Five Peaks has a hand-washing sink and recirculating flushing system. The design incorporates a 40-gallon corner tank and 9.5-gallon corner sink, providing maximum cabana space. The granite finish gives the interior an upscale look plus hides scratches and scuffs. The one-piece lid and toilet bowl design is durable and easy to service. Both the flush system and sink are operated by a foot pump, offering a complete hands-free system. 866/293-1502; www.fivepeaks.net; Booth #3115.

JAG Mobile Solutions
BAM ADA trailers and skids from JAG Mobile Solutions are the next evolution of NeXgen One restroom and shower systems. Simple and reliable, their value is in reliability accomplished by using fewer moving parts. Simpler design results in greater setup efficiencies. They are available in any model, including Urban, Midtown, Cottage, Industrial or Residence. 800/815-2557; www.jagmobilesolutions.com; Booth #2324.

Kros International USA
The KROS urinal from Kros International USA can be mobile or semi-permanent, and serves as four urinals in one, leading to shorter wait times. It is easy to clean, transport and maintain, and is 100 percent recyclable. Units provide a long life span, as there are no moving parts, while providing complete privacy with specially designed sidewalls. They can be lifted at full 100-gallon capacity via four steel handles, and have built-in forklift slots at the base. Units come with a port for sewer drainage and a higher step for children. 855/576-7872; www.krosinternationalusa.com; Booth #1227.

The Axxis portable restroom from PolyPortables has self-closing hinges that operate from an internal stainless steel spring, a heavy-duty rotary latch that is tough enough for rugged users, a deep ambidextrous door pull for convenience and a re-engineered door frame for structural integrity. It includes a 60-gallon waste tank, rotationally molded plastic skid, urinal, coat hook, and a three-roll toilet paper holder. 800/241-7951; www.polyportables.com; Booth #2306.


Rich Specialty Trailers
The Aztec restroom trailer from Rich Specialty Trailers has a versatile floor plan that allows for an optional toilet stall in place of a urinal. This four-station waterproof unit includes composite floor decking and a floor covering of one-piece rolled vinyl, maple plank that is SCS green certified and stain-resistant. It has an all-aluminum studded wall superstructure and a seamless, dent-resistant, gel-coat fiberglass exterior. Solid-surface countertops complement its Zenith décor package, which includes a classy gray silk with chocolate cabinets. 260/593-2279; www.richrestrooms.com; Booth #5300, 5301, 5305.

Sansom Industries
The Zenith portable restroom from Sansom Industries includes an 80-gallon holding tank with deep sump, blow-molded construction, a roomy interior with ample headroom, a smooth interior for easy cleaning, all stainless steel fasteners, a three-roll paper holder, and attractive aesthetics. Many customization options are available. 844/972-6766; www.sansomindustries.com; Booth #1264.


Satellite Industries
The 20-foot, eight-station portable restroom trailer from Satellite Suites is lightweight and spacious, weighing less than 8,500 pounds. It is easy to transport, set up and place. Inside, the ladies area has four spacious stalls and a twin-basin vanity. For the men, there are two private stalls, two urinals and a twin-basin vanity. The climate in each area can be controlled with individual air conditioning units. All trailers are constructed using non-wood materials, reducing the overall weight and eliminating the threat of repairs due to moisture and mold. 574/350-2150; www.satelliterestroomtrailers.com; Booth #4034.

UltraLav by Wells Cargo
The UltraLav ADA series from UltraLav by Wells Cargo is not just ADA accessible, but truly ADAAG compliant. They meet or exceed the permanent structure criteria as specified by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Everything needed for setup, including the railing and ramp assembly, is totally self-contained. There’s no need for separate storage units or another tow vehicle, as they have a one-touch hydraulic trailer-lowering system that smoothly and quietly lowers to the ground, making ramps obsolete. They have the same pleasant interior styling as other UltraLav trailers, but with the appropriate accommodations for disabled patrons. 574/584-2016; www.ultralav.com; Booth #5346, 5349, 5351, 5353.


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