Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Submarine Toilet Flushing Instruction

Have you ever ask yourself how a toilet is flushed in a submarine? Can be exited, isn't it? Lets see how to use a toilet in a submarine.

 Submarine Toilet Flushing Instructions

How to Use the Submarine Toilet Flushing System:

  1. After entering, close door “A”
  2. Open waste tap “B” and flush tap “C” with lever “D”, causing door “A” to be blocked.
  3. Open cover “E”.
  4. Move lever “F” to “use”.
  5. Use lavatory “G”.
  6. Open waste tap “H” and flushing tap “I”.
  7. Move lever “F” to “flush” position (do this more carefully the deeper the submarine is submerged) until compartment “J” is barely filled.
  8. Open shut-off valve “K”.
  9. Move lever “F” carefully to position “eject”.
    Compartment  “J” is filled through “K” and “L” with air from the 12 ATM system.
  10. Move lever “F” carefully to the “air waste” position. In this position, the air flows out of compartment “J” through valve “M” to the floodwater tank and on to the battery compartment through pipe “O”.
  11. Lever “F” stays in the “air waste” position when the lavatory is not in use.
  12. Close and lock taps “H” and “I”.
  13. Close lever “E”.
  14. Close taps “B” and “C” with lever “D”.

submarine toiletNote: If these instructions are not followed exactly as above, the contents of the toilet will spill out over and up and down the closet. If you are so careless, you clean it up!

Monday, March 15, 2021

Sunday, March 14, 2021


 The spring is almost here. Like every year we remind you the spring 's rains are around the corner and in the last few years some of the most intensive has some damages for the home owners. Here are some recommendations regarding the plumbing.   

1.Check if the main sewer line is flow free without obstructions. Recommend camera inspection.

2. Check if the sump pump is in good shape not older than 13-15 years. If you are in a flooding area or with some power outrages during storm we recommend to have a backup battery.

3. Are the floor drains in the basement in the utility area flow free? Check by poring water in the drain. 5 gallon bucket should be OK.

Enjoy the Spring and be safe.

BBP Plumbing Inc


Monday, March 8, 2021