We can deliver portable toilets throughout the South Canterbury region, you will be impressed by our very competitive rates.
Whether you are working on a construction site, new home build, civil engineering site or outdoor party. We have portaloos available for varied workforce sizes and for events with varied guest numbers.
We also offer a weekly cleaning and emptying service to ensure our toilets are regularly clean and tidy for your staff. We supply our portaloo toilets to small building sites and large construction companies. We are able to cater for any number of portable toilets and all of our staff are fully trained in locating the toilets and ensuring they are safe for people to use.
- Weight (empty) = 90kg
- Weight (full) = 325kg
- Toilet dimensions (H x W X L) = 2.3m x 1.17m x 1.12m.
- Toilet door (H x W) = 1.98m x 64cm
- Tank capacity is 225L.
Required Safety Equipment Instructions For Use Trailers
If you are collecting a port-a-loo please read over the following Health and Safety in Employment Act requirements. This information should be passed on to the site supervisor if the equipment is being hired for use at a commercial worksite so that the information is available to all users.
Is your vehicle capable of towing this trailer?
It is the drivers legal responsibility to check vehicle manufactures towing specifications for braked and unbraked maximum loadings and are adhered to. This also includes all on road legal requirements.
Pre-checks and safety
- WOF and Registration is current.
- Tyres are inflated and free of damage.
- All lights are working.
- Brake fluid level is full (if applicable).
- Tow ball and coupling are compatible.
- Always ensure you comply with the legal requirements when carrying dangerous goods
- Connection to the Tow Vehicle.
Connect the trailer to the towing vehicle
- Check that the tow coupling is properly secured to the tow ball by way of catch or pin being correctly in place.
- Secure safety chain with the “D” shackle to the towing vehicle.
- Attach the trailer light connection lead.
- Stow the jockey wheel/stand into it’s correct position (if applicable)
- Ensure the hand brake is released and that the reversing latch is out of the reverse position (if applicable).
- The maximum legal travel speed while towing a trailer is 90km/hr on the open highway.
Loading the trailer
- Never overload a trailer, this is one of the main causes of accidents when trailers are involved.
- The load must not exceed 1.25m from the centre line of the trailer.
- Any load that exceeds more than 1.0m behind the trailer must have a clearly visible flag attached to it.
- To avoid swaying large masses should be concentrated slightly forward of the axle of the trailer and as low as possible.
- The driver of the vehicle on which the trailer is attached is responsible for ensuring all loads are legally secured while in transit.
- When travelling with a loaded trailer you must be capable of stopping within 7 metres from a speed of 30 km/hr.
- Where possible avoid excessive braking while cornering as this may cause losing control and jack-knifing.
- Use a lower gear when travelling down hill to help prevent the trailer pushing the tow vehicle while braking.
- Never tow with the park brake on.
- Allow more distance to overtake and avoid cutting off the overtaken vehicle when returning to your lane.
- Care must be taken not to hold up following traffic unnecessarily – pull over where possible.