Browse our Restroom Trailers to find the perfect match for your specific use. Our trailers are perfect for Concerts, Weddings, Training events, Temporary Facilities for Emergencies, Grand openings, Ribbon cuttings and other Special Events.
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Spivey offers a variety of Restroom Trailers. Our medium to Large trailers not only provide more space, they also have larger holding tanks for bigger events. Hover here for more details and options or call our experienced service team with questions.
WHAT IS NEEDED
SET UP IN LEVEL DRY, WELL DRAINED AREA
Spivey will deliver the Restroom trailer. The delivery site for the restroom trailer should be reasonably level, dry and well drained. If the rental is long term, choose a site with space for a pumper truck to park close to the trailer for service.
PROVIDE NECESSARY POWER FOR RESTROOM TRAILER
Electricity powers the restroom trailers. We recommend providing each restroom trailer with at least two independent electrical circuits. Use dedicated 20-amp power circuits. (A winter package with electrical heaters requires more electrical power) The dedicated circuit means no other power draws on the circuit. Generally, the supply power cables to the trailer are site owner’s responsibility. Ensure no other power draws electricity off of lines of circuit to which they are connected to.
TROUBLE SHOOTING RESTROOM TRAILER ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS
Most electrical problems in the restroom trailer occur because a lack of proper amount of power to the trailer. For example, an air conditioner may start but will kick off a breaker after a short time. It won’t work properly without adequate electrical power. Also, be sure that each power cord is properly sized (gauge) for the distance it will run. And the 20 amps it will draw. Additionally, a lightweight electrical cord will lose power the farther it is away from the power source. We recommend a generator if the power source is more than 150 ft. from the restroom trailer.
PROVIDE A CITY WATER CONNECTION FOR RESTROOM TRAILER SET UP
Every restroom trailer requires a garden hose with a minimum water pressure of 40 psi. Also, a flow rate of 5 gallons per minute required at the restroom trailer. The trailer provides a city water connection below the mechanical room. Therefore, a standard ¾” garden hose pressurizes and provide fresh water for the toilets and sinks.
RESTROOM TRAILER ON BOARD FRESH WATER TANK
We have several trailers with on-board freshwater tanks. Check floorplans to verify water tank, it usually located in the mechanical room between rooms. A water pump requires “on” operation in order to draw the water from the tank. Additionally, when the restroom trailer has an on-board freshwater tank, the water needed for toilet flushing or hand washing draws from this tank.
A large waste tank is built into the frame structure of the restroom trailer. All toilets and sinks are directly above the waste tank and drain directly into the waste tank. A 3” dump valve comes installed on the towing end of the trailer to allow a pumper truck to pump the waste from the restroom trailer.
The standard toilet is a low flush toilet which uses a foot pedal to allow water into the bowl and then to open ball at bottom of bowl for waste to exit into the waste tank.
For use of toilet when solids are to be deposited into the bowl first push foot pedal approximately halfway to floor which will allow water into the bowl. After the bowl is used the foot pedal is then pushed to the floor.
The sinks installed in the trailer come standard with water conserving faucets. These operate by pushing down on top valve or hands free sensor. The valve is set to shut off in approximately 10-20 seconds.
ROOF MOUNTED AIR CONDITIONING
The restroom trailer will have a roof mounted air conditioning unit. Firstly, it ducts into each of the separate rooms. Secondly, the air conditioning uses power from a 110v and operates with a wall mounted thermostat.
Most concerns with restroom trailers begin with a lack of appropriate power necessary to run it. Begin your set up and operation of the restroom trailer by confirming you will have the necessary utilities to operate it.