Uridan Cadet waterless urinal

This timeless urinal design makes the Uridan Cadet a classic. This smaller, compact urinal with its simple design and smooth curved surface makes this a favourite for commercial amenities and shopping centres.

The Cadet is also frequently specified for residential developments where water savings are prioritised or in commercial developments where a children's urinal is required (as this model can be positioned lower on the wall).

The Cadet is available in ceramic and fibreglass materials, with floor and wall waste options. The fibreglass urinals are available in white, grey and black colours. The Cadet can be manufactured in any colour to match your requirements (for multiples of 15 units or more).


  • KHC Ceramic (wall hung urinal - horizontal waste pipe)
  • GHC Glass Reinforced Plastic (wall hung urinal -€“ horizontal waste pipe)
  • GVC Glass Reinforced Plastic (pedestal urinal -€“ vertical waste pipe)


  • Ceramic: White Only
  • Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP):Available in all colours


  • Ceramic
  • GRP

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About Uridan Waterless Solutions

Uridan Australia – a Division of SUMS Group

Uridan waterless urinals have been saving water and improving sustainability ratings in commercial buildings across Australia since 2003.

The Uridan brand is synonymous with simple Danish Design and innovative waterless urinal technology. The uridan collection delivers a unique range of waterless urinals engineered for

  • Simplicity
  • Performance
  • Water savings
  • improved environmental ratings

Uridan waterless solutions are distributed by SUMS Group – a n Australian sustainability business delivering water and energy savings every day.


The Uridan Collection

Uridan continues to focus on careful use of the world’s most valuable resource.

Today, there are over 20,000 uridan urinals installed in office towers, shopping centres, airports, schools and universities, pubs, clubs and sports facilities. Collectively uridan customers are responsible for savings megalitres of water every day.


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