Niagara added a new dimension to modern toilet technology. The challenge is using less water but in a powerful way to wash mass waste. The stealth toilet flashes only 0.8 gallons of water; so, the stealth technology is the first ultra-high toilet technology.
When the tank fills or makes full with water, the air is pushed to the patented air transfer tube. The compressed air pushes the trapway priming of the toilet to make a powerful and quiet flush. The Water saving toilets have primary and secondary chambers for both full or half flush. When you use the half flash button, it only opens the primary chamber and releases 0.5 gallons of water. The full flash button uses both chambers for more power to wash solid waste.
In this system, the bowl gets a strike with 360-degree water flow. It’s much more than a standard flapper because there is no blockage of objects. The secret stealth seal is backed up by a hard plastic that presses it down for equal distribution of pressure over and round the seal. The mechanism ensures zero leakage while the traditional flapper is apt to leak due to lack of support.
When you press the flash button, the forced water stream goes through the holes around the rim to have a complete wash. The main stream of water from the front opening channels flows directly into the trapway while the smaller holes do the remaining task.
The Niagara Water saving toilets are with stealth 0.8 elongated bowl. The water efficient toilets have push assistant flush that enables it a powerful flash. This is floor mountable and easy to install. The Water saving toilets have ultra tech high-efficiency flash for water and time efficiency. The Water saving toilets have a dual flash for a vast waste wash. The secret stealth seal is backed up by a hard plastic that presses it down for equal distribution of pressure over and round the seal. The mechanism ensures zero leakage while the traditional flapper is apt to leak due to lack of support.