To what extent do the containers have a sanitary area installed?

ProContain containers are equipped with the appropriate sanitary porcelain articles, waste and water pipes, dirt traps with strainer, pressure reducing valve and waste water ventilation. The work carried out on the sanitary installations meets the requirements of DIN 1988 "Technical Rules for Drinking Water Installations (TRWI)". The connecting cables are also tested for tightness in accordance with the above standard. The transfer point for waste water and inflow water with stopcock is located in the flush-walled box on the outer edge of the container.



Which alternative equipment options are offered?

Deviating from our standard versions, the following versions can be offered on request: Installation behind an attachment wall, wall and floor tiles, level-access showers, high-quality fittings, stainless steel versions for washbasins incl. accessories as well as for the wash and urinal channels, etc.

What do I have to observe when undertaking the connection?

The waste water and water supply pipes can be laid above or below ground. In any case, it should be ensured that the pipes are well insulated during the winter months if they are not in use, so that nothing can freeze. The sewage pipes generally have the external connection DN 100. If only a small kitchen or washbasin is provided, the DN 50 connection is sufficient. The external connections for water pipes for small kitchens are ½ inch, for sanitary combinations ¾ inch. Larger purchase quantities, e.g. in exclusively shower containers, are planned with 1 inch.