Installation of Purolett


You can perform the installation yourself! 

Purolett can be mounted in two different ways. The first is in which the toilet is placed against an outer wall and the pipes are drawn through the wall at the back. The second way is by having the pipes go straight up through the ceiling and roof. Den andra är när den går upp genom taket med avgasröret, utluften.

If you have doubts or questions you can always call!  Assistance with installation can of course also be provided.

It is also possible to enlist the help of your local handyman to install your Purolett. If your chosen location is different to such a degree that the pipes can not be drawn as suggested here, please call us for advice before installation.You can make exceptions to our listed guidelines, bu they must first be approved by us before you continue with the installation.

The easiest way to install is if your Purolett stands with its back to an outer wall. Then all you need is to drill two holes in the wall, each with a diameter of 110mm. The bottom of the two is the inlet, the center of the hole should be located 16.5 cm up from the floor. The upper hole is your exhaust, the center of which should be located 39.5 cm up from the floor. The assemble the pipes as shown on the pictures below.

On the topic of power consumption Purolett consumes 2100 W during normal use, and half of this value, (1100 W) While running on only a single heating element.

Purolett has double heating coils for more efficient and safer operation. With innovative and patent-pending combustion technology, it is not only up to 50% more energy efficient, but also has the market's highest capacity with up to 12-14 people a day.

In our opinion, the closed-loop air system is a must to maintain a good indoor climate, as it consumes 205 cubic meters of air per hour. With this system there is no need for ungainly valves visible on your walls.

This is included in your purchase of a PUROLETT:

  • One 110mm pipe bend of 90 degrees
  • 50 Toiletry bags
  • A cover plate for your inlet pipe
  • Chimney cap
  • Installation instructions
  • User Manual
  • Acess to phone support

What is also needed for installation:

  • 110m pipes (preferably gray)
  • Use at most four bends of 45 degrees, or two bends of 90 degrees
  • Straight pipes, maximum lenght 10 meters
    If you use the maximum allowed amount of bends, the pipe can have a total lenght of 6.5 meters
  • Wall fastenings
  • Rubber sleeve coupling for running pipes through the roof

Tools needed:

  • Borrmaskin
  • Hålsåg, 111 mm, för håltagning av frånlufts- och tilluftsrör .
  • Långborr för styrhål genom vägg.
  • Såg och Kniv
  • Tumstock
  • Märkpenna
  • Rasp och/eller fi
  • Vattenpass
  • Skuvdragare
  • Stämmjärn & Hammare

if you need more bends, or longer pipes, 
or an unconventional installation, not possible with the provided guidelines? We can make it workCall us for assistance and approval of other methods!

How to run the pipes:

See examples below
The rules are:
For the upper pipe: (Exhaust)
A maximum of 4, 45 degree bends can be used
Or a maximum of 2, 90 degree bends
The maximum pipe lenght is 10 meters without any bends, and 6.5 meters with bends.
Max horizontal lenght: 1 meter
For the lower pipe: (inlet)
it can run straight from the back
Diagonally up the back
From a side wall
Through the floor and up through a crawl space
The same rules about bends apply
the chimney has to protrude at least 60 centimeters above the roof

Example #1

Example #2

Example #3

Example #4

Maximum 4
45 degree bends

Or maximum 2
90 degree bends

Maximum 10 meter straight pipes without bends
With bends, Maximum 6.5 meters
Maximum one meter if placed horizontally

This one is included
But keep in mind your exhaust pipe can only run horizontally for one meter