There arc few published works dealing with British aircraft sanitary systems and associated equipment and a comprehensive survey of this particular subject should not, therefore, be out of place here. In this article, a history of the development work culminating in the evolution of a modern scries of chemical closets is traced. It is shown that for equipment of this nature . simplicity of design is essential if proper mechanical functioning, satisfactory hygiene standards and good serviceability arc to be assured. Two outstanding features of the modern chemical closet are the closed flushing system, in which one of a scries of special chemical fluids is used as the circulating medium, and the external servicing arrangements. Specific closet design information is presented. Details arc also given of aircraft toilet compartment layout and of representative types of ground servicing equipment.
Bowey, G.S. (1953), "The Design and Installation of Aircraft Sanitary Systems: A Comprehensive Survey of an Important Subject on Which Little Has Been Published", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 25 No. 4, pp. 101-107. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb032279Download as .RIS
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