Thetford replaces toilet from 1993

Thetford has launched the C220 Cassette replace the C200, originally released in 1993.

“For the development of this toilet, we first studied and defined the primary functions and the required performance level of these functions. That brought us to the core of sanitation and is reflected in the new C220. It’s strong in its purity” states Maarten de Roos, Director Sales and Marketing of Thetford Europe.

The C220 has a bigger and deeper bowl and an improved bowl geometry which gives an improved use of the bowl space and flush. The seating height is increased and now meets 492mm, to facilitate a more comfortable seating position.

A clear waste-holding tank level indicator informs you when to empty the waste-holding tank. As it turns smoothly from green into red, you have the time to select your moment to empty the cassette. In contrast to the classic C200, carrying the full waste-holding tank is history, since the new C220 waste-holding tank offers you the ease of having handle and wheels*.

The swivel bowl creates space and comfort in the bathroom where space is key. 

The C220 will be available in the three models S/ CS/ CW, with or without flush-water tank, manual or electric flush and with or without console. The service door 3 can be installed in either portrait or landscape orientation to give the OEM full flexibility.

Another key element, especially for the OEM, is the footprint and the impact on their vehicle layout. The C220 footprint matches the latest toilets from Thetford, the C260. This forms the future footprint. For the C220, the existing C260 and for all future models of cassettes. 




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