November 27 2013 0Comment

Product Insight: Five Star Mini-Streamline Toilet

The Five Star Mini-Streamline Toilet Block was created to solve the needs of small commercial construction projects.  At only 2m x 1.5m in size, these unisex toilets have also been a hit with our event and function clients who were after a more conventional alternative.

An advantage of this design is the unisex factor. Having the option to choose the gender, simply by way of flipping a reversible sign, saves valuable time for your guests at a gender dominant functions, workplace or event.

These blocks are perfect for rural or difficult locations, in that they have the ability to operate in a self-contained mode. As they don’t need to be connected to a sewer point, they can store up to 1500L of waste!

We understand when you are in need of a transportable toilet for a prolonged period of time a traditional vitreous china toilet suite would be an absolute luxury. So we thought why not?

Power is supplied to the units with a single 10 amp inlet socket, nice and simple for quick connection anywhere. Exhaust fans have been installed in the toilet cubicles as with lighting; both internally and externally.  The external lighting is essential for ensuring you can access the unit at night without a hassle. There’s nothing worse than not knowing what you are walking into, especially when there is a toilet involved!

Comfortable, convenient and self-contained, it doesn’t get any easier than that.

To hire a Five Star Mini-Steamline Toilet Block, give us a call!


Managing Director at Instant Sea Containers

Scott Rawson is the Managing Director of Instant Products Group, a specialist group of companies that offer portable building solutions, including sea containers, transportable offices, and portable sanitation products. With more than 20 years of experience in various management positions and a finalist in the WA Business News 40 under 40 awards in 2013, Scott is a highly motivated entrepreneur that has a passion for designing products to suit the needs of individual markets.

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