Cinderella USA announces the regulatory approval and immediate availability of the Cinderella Comfort and Cinderella Classic incineration toilets in the US and Canada.
These two models are now being manufactured for US and Canadian customers. Orders may be placed beginning today via the Cinderella USA website and will begin shipping on a first ordered basis starting April 15th.
Following a rigorous testing procedure, Cinderella's two electrically-powered incineration toilet models have now been certified as meeting standards set forth by American regulatory bodies. The Underwriter's Laboratory has certified Cinderella Comfort and Cinderella Classic in both the US and Canada as having met UL Standard 791 - Standard on Electrical Incinerating Toilets. The National Sanitation Federation has certified Cinderella Comfort as having met the standards of NSF P157 - Health and Sanitation of Electrical Incinerating Toilets.
North American models are now in the process of being manufactured to serve American and Canadian electrical needs. The two models will remain on a 220 VAC power supply.
Concurrent with the certification announcement, Cinderella USA launched a new website to help customers learn more about the newly available models. The updated website (www.cinderellatoiletusa.com) includes product videos, detailed specifications, as well as information on power requirements and installation for both models. It also includes a blog via which customers can stay up to date on further developments and information releases.
Orders may now be placed on the new website. Cinderella Comfort units will begin shipping starting on April 15, with Classic shipments to follow beginning May 30.
Cinderella USA extends its sincere thanks to customers who have been patiently awaiting the availability of our incineration toilets. We are pleased that, at least for our electrical models, the wait is now over.
Cinderella USA announced today that it expects to submit Cinderella Gas for testing and regulatory approvals during the summer of 2017 and to begin accepting orders for the propane-powered model in 2018.