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Saturday, April 9, 2016

What was the airplane toilet do to our waste?

Have you ever poops in an airplane toilets? Or do you ever think what happened to the dirts after that? That is, have we ever thought how the airplane toilets works? Or perhaps we think that there is a hole under the aeroplane so that the poop could go just like that.

Keep in mind, what the airplane toilets do to the poop actually extremely complex. It's all relying on the strong vaccum tools, the valve opens when the chain is pulled. With so all dirts will be sucked. Dirts will then be coated with Teflon to prevent them sticks to the pipe.
What the airplane toilets do to our waste actually extremely complex. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1Z5vlE)
Furthermore, the waste will be transferred through the pipes, the same as the toilet system in our homes, but in this case, will be stored in  temporary waste tanks in the fuselage.

When the plane landed, the waste transport vehicle will attach a special vacuum hose to the waste tank in the plane. And when all the waste has been cleaned, so the aircraft can be prepared for the next flight. For more detail let's see the video below;
That's the aircraft toilets system do its work. So do not imagine that our dirt removed immediately when the aircraft is in the air through the hole at the bottom of the plane. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC]
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