Camping toilet/vehicle toilet CT 4110
For the direct connection to the fresh water supply
The Dometic CT 4110 cassette toilet is especially designed for RV, Camper and Caravans. This modern and lightweight toilet enjoys a high quality, scratch-resistant ceramic inlay and is ultimately more pleasant to have aboard both hygienically and visually.
The toilet is anatomically optimized and the toilet seat can be positioned differently depending on the mounting area thanks to its 90 degree swiveling ability. The optimised vacuum breaker increases flushing power and the removable cassette has wheels and a strong telescopic handle.
A simple and accessible control panel makes for easy use. The toilet is connected directly to the fresh water supply of your vehicle.
We explain the difference between the practically identical toilet models CT 4110, CTS 4110 and CTW 4110 in the adjacent information tab "Good to know!".
|388 (377 = only console) x 530 x 382 mm (Depth x Hight x Width
|19 liter (capacity)
|max. 2 A (with internal pump)
max. 5 A (with external pump)
|Max. body weight:
|130 kg (286.6 lbs)
|10.0 kg (22.1 lbs)
- housing for cassette tank
- draining slider for toilet bowl
- the toilet bowl
- lid and seat, rotatable
- console operating and control panel
- waste water cassette tank with 19 liters capacity, and
- a multilingual installation and operating manual.
Other accessories, such like a service hatch or additional fastening screws, are not part of the scope of delivery.
Differentiation of the CT 4110 model series
Dometic offers the toilet series in three different versions: CT 4110, CTS 4110 and CTW 4110
All models have the identical toilet bowl with ceramic inlay, which can be rotated by up to 90 degrees, the same carrier console and the same (removable) waste water tank.
Free standing toilet with factory fitted rear wall panel and built in operator and control unit. The water is flushed via a separately (optionally) connected fresh water tank, which is triggered by pressing the flush button using a magnetic valve (electromagnetically) attached to the toilet housing in conjunction with a water pump. The amount of water supplied is controlled by how long the flush button is pressed. The water flush stops as soon as the flush button is no longer pressed. In this way, the amount of water can be regulated in a targeted manner without allowing an unnecessarily large amount of water to flow into the waste water tank.
Identical in construction to the CTS 4110, but with the difference that a water tank with a capacity of 7 liters is also integrated in the factory-fitted rear wall console. This water tank is filled manually through a separate tank flap included in the scope of delivery. This model is therefore primarily suitable for vehicles or locations where the maximum available amount of fresh water is generally limited or water can only be supplied manually on site using a hose or watering can using the tank flap built into the outer wall. To be able to use e. g. the toilet flush accordingly, a 12 volt power supply is required/essential.
The CT 4110 does not have a rear wall console and the operating and control panel included in the scope of delivery is installed in a suitable location in the immediate vicinity of the toilet (in a cowl wall or furniture). The water connection is analogous to the CTS 4110 to a separately (optional) available fresh water tank.
When assembling, it should be noted that the waste water cassette protrudes 11 cm beyond the actual cassette housing and that an additional room or cowl wall should be installed to ultimately cover it up.
The CTW 4110 with its integrated water tank is almost exclusively suitable for vehicles or locations that have no or only insufficient water supply. The CTW 4110 is also not technically designed to be connected to one, so that its water tank must always be filled manually via the tank flap on the outer wall. The perfect solution for those who don't want to do without the comfort they are used to at home, whether on the go or elsewhere.
The rear wall console of the CTS 4110 has the advantage of not having to install an additional front/cowl wall, so that the toilet can be placed directly on the outside wall of the vehicle/location and the corresponding cut-out for the service flap can be made. In terms of workload, this is certainly easier than with the CT 4110.
On the other hand, the fact that the CT 4110 does not have a rear wall console gives a little more freedom of placement and design within the wet room and is perhaps a more attractive solution for some people.
Despite their differences, all three toilets certainly have one thing in common: they are of extremely high quality, their seating positions can be rotated and they impress with their modern design!
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