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urinal

urinal (wall hung)
A sanitary fixture equipped with a water supply and drain for flushing away urine.
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New Study On "Intelligent Urinal Global Market Segmentation and Major Players Analysis 2025" Added to Wise Guy Reports Database
The urinal, located near the Pyramid Stage, powered lighting inside the toilet block and provided electricity for handheld gaming devices made available for festival-goers to play on as well as for electro-valves for automating the feedstock flow into the system's microbial fuel cell (MFC) modules.
"Body Jane will be available in two versions for different uses, as a portable urinal and as a serving jar, offering the possibility of serving beverages," the description says.
Open-air urinals can also be found elsewhere -- in Brussels there is even one on the outer wall of a church.
The smart urinal costs pound 22.50 ($26.49), about N9,457 each; add the necessary filters, pumps, cleaners, and tools, though, and that number jumps to pound 118.75 ($139.81), about N49,915 - still oddly cheap for a digitally enhanced device.
You'll find a wide range of flush volumes available to replace your old urinals, from the federally mandated minimum of 1 gpf down to no water at all.
(The person who stood beside be in the urinal was both funny and irritating; brother, you flash was on.
The clip shows the woman using the urinal while standing up.
Urinal Floor Mats are a specialist in toilet & urinal splash-catching technology based in Cumbria.
Section IV presents further evidence for urinal flushing behavior.
When I walk into a restroom with a close friend, even mid-conversation, and no other urinal is in use, we leave a one-urinal space between us.
The specially adapted urinal first appeared at Glastonbury last year, but this time the team created a unit capable of accommodating up to 25 people at once--the size planned for use in refugee camps.