Inflatable Toilet Bung

M3TLB

This simple, inflatable device can be used to minimise sewage backflow through the toilet under flood conditions.

Inflatable Toilet Bung

M3TLB

This simple, inflatable device can be used to minimise sewage backflow through the toilet under flood conditions.

Designed as a general purpose pipe stopper, when fitted in a toilet U bend, this product has been proven to reduce the risk of sewage backflow significantly. The bung is a strong rubber bag, attached to a hose with a Schrader valve on the end and it is supplied with a hand pump.

Stock: In Stock

£50.00

Inflatable Toilet Bung Key Points

Technical Information

Technical Information
  • Max inflation pressure: 1.5Bar (15psi)
  • Max back pressure: 0.75Bar (7.5psi)
  • Approximate Total Weight: 0.3Kg
Construction
  • PVC Bag

Instructions for Use

  • To use the valve, gently push the deflated bag down into the toilet under the water level, into the U bend at the bottom of the toilet.
  • The hose which is attached to the rubber bag goes under the toilet seat and rests to the side of the toilet.
  • Connect the valve of the hand pump to the valve on the hose.
  • Simply pump up the bag until it is totally inflated and firm to the touch, being careful not to over pump (this works using the same method as pumping up a bicycle tyre).

NOTE: At the maximum inflation the sealing area will be severely restricted reducing the maximum allowable back pressure.

After Use
  • Once the threat of sewage backflow has subsided, simply deflate the bag by applying pressure to the pin on the valve of the hose. This can be done by pushing your finger or thumb onto the pin of the valve to let the air escape from the bag.
  • Remove the bag and hose from the toilet and rinse off using a mild detergent.
  • Allow to dry and store away.
Inflatable Toilet Bung Downloads

Toilet Bung Technical Document

BSI Flood Protection Kitemark KM713574
ISO 9001 Quality Management
Constructionline
Hereford & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce
bimstore
Parlimentary Review
Site by Kingsford

Flood Checker