The American Standard FloWise® toilet is among the first to bear the new
WaterSense(SM) label from the Environmental Protection Agency.
A high-efficiency toilet (HET) that uses 20% less water, the FloWise toilet is
attractive to your prospects and customers who value conversation, not to
mention those living in rural areas relying on wells or septic systems. See the
power of the 1.28 gpf FloWise toilet flush below. Read More
With the power from the tower, FloWise doesn't need confusing multi-flush
controls or noisy tanks. It flushes the same way any other gravity-fed toilet
flushed. So how good can a 1.28 gpf toilet be?
How does the WaterSense label help
plumbers? Much like the ENERGY STAR program for appliances,
WaterSense will make it easier for you to sell high efficiency toilets. The
label assures your customers that the products and services bearing the label
will conserve water and perform as intended
American Standard engineered the FloWise toilet to look as its intended too,
just like a regular toilet, using a regular flush lever. No dual flush. Saves
water on every flush--saves a lot of time in toilet training for all ages.
The FloWise high efficiency toilet conserves water without sacrificing a great
flush. Using the proven power of the Champion
4 flushing system, FloWise releases 1.28 gallons for a virtually
trouble-free flush every time.
Commercial water conversation toilets are also HETs, flush with 20%
less water than Afwallâ™ FloWise and Maderaâ™ FloWise can help projects quality
for LEEDS projects. Like the residential FloWise toilet, the Afwall toilet
and Madera toilets don’t require dual flush controls. (If you can’t teach your
in-laws how to use dual flush at home, how do you think it’s going to work in an
elementary school installation?) Click to access specs for the American Standard Afwall commercial