We usually like to review much more glamorous seating arrangements however we find ourselves giving the people what they want and often need, a toilet.
The Toto S400 Washlet represents the ultimate in clean comfort and convenience with an automatic hands-free flushing system, and a sensor-activated lid that automatically lifts as you approach the toilet and lowers as you walk away.
This fully automated toilet is equipped with front and rear washing, warm air drying with variable temperature setting, automatic air purifier, heated seat, and wireless remote with LCD screen.
The hands free Toto Washlet is designed for convenience as well as enhanced sanitation and even features a super slick surface to resist against staining and assist in the cleaning process.
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What Are The Benefits
TOTO is America’s leading manufacturer of innovative bathroom products that every modern homeowner is probably familiar with.
TOTO’s MS854114EL#01 Ultramax ADA Elongated One Piece Toilet is a good example of TOTO’s commitment to quality with each of their products.
It’s made with advanced technology and the highest-quality material, providing an optimal bathroom experience to its users.
This TOTO flushing toilet is distinguished for its sleek and elongated one piece, consisting of a high-end tank cover, chrome-plated trip lever, and SoftClose seat.
The beautiful design of the toilet acts as a perfect centerpiece to any modern bathroom. That being said, the toilet is not just about the looks. It works phenomenally well, too.
Considerations before buying a flushing toilet system
As you’ve probably picked up by now, a brand-name flushing toilet can cost anywhere from $200 to $2,000. So you need to be brutally honest about your budget.
Just do yourself a favor and avoid any “budget specials” you find, or if a plumbing contractor just happens to have some “unused” toilets at his “warehouse”.
Expect to pay a few hundred dollars for a high-quality, high-efficiency toilet that you won’t have to replace for at least several years.
What Are The Types of Flushing Systems
Gravity Toilet Flushing
This is the same basic flushing system for toilets that’s been in use since 1775. The water in your tank is released into the bowl, forced downward by gravity.
This then creates a siphon effect which literally sucks the waste from the bowl and out into the public sewer system, or your septic tank if you live in a rural area.
Pressure Assisted Flushing System
Toilets with a pressure-assisted flushing system look exactly like a conventional gravity-fed toilet. The difference is that the water tank also contains a separate container filled with air.
As the tank fills, the air inside this container is put under pressure, and when the toilet flush mechanism is activated this pressurized water is released.
This results in a “blast” of water rushing into the bowl, not only providing a more intense flushing system but also disposing of any waste far more thoroughly and with a single flush.
Double cyclone system
‘Double Cyclone’ is a term coined by toilet manufacturer TOTO.
It combines the best of gravity-fed toilets with the impact of a pressure-assisted model to create a powerful flushing system.
Basically, water is forced by gravity from the water tank but is then redirected into dual water nozzles. These nozzles force the water around the toilet bowl in circles, mimicking the motion of a cyclone, hence the name.
The neat part is that ‘Double Cyclone’ flushing still only uses 1.28 gallons per flush.
Dual flush system
Dual flush toilets have two different flushing modes.
One mode is designed for the removal of water waste (urine) typically using .9 gallons of water to do that, while the second mode is designed to flush away physical waste.
Dual flush is a feature you need to specify for your flushing toilet – it doesn’t come as standard.