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New Technology That Can Save Your Customers Money!
The KOHLER Wellworth toilet family, with Class Five® flushing technology, now offers a model that will flush just 1.28 gallons. This water-conserving toilet can save a family of four 16,500 gallons of water and is certified to carry EPA’s WaterSense label for using at least 20 percent less water than standard 1.6-gallon toilets while still meeting strict flushing performance guidelines. Users can also specify standard 1.6-gallon Wellworth models.
Contributing to the toilet’s power and virtually plug-free performance is a combination of a precision-designed water delivery system and durable canister flush valve that maximize the efficient flow of water to harness the natural force of gravity. This is achieved by the canister valve’s opening, originating at 3-1/4 inches and tapering down to 2 inches to create additional pressure and a strong flush – all while using water most efficiently.
Adding to the exceptional value of the Wellworth toilet is a new versatile tank design – one that has been updated featuring an elegant flare to complement a wide range of bathroom designs. The Wellworth toilet also relies on a standard three-bolt installation, ideal for adjustments and leveling, as well as a large toilet base to cover existing footprints for replacement applications.
In terms of hygiene, greater than 50 percent more water passes through the bowl rim, optimizing water flow for a long, clean and efficient rinse. And, the Wellworth toilet continues to feature its generous water surface, keeping the bowl clean and reducing odor despite using less water than its predecessor. Invest in the new Wellworth toilet today!
Save Water On Your Pre-Holiday Fix Ups
Provide your customers with the best of the best this holiday season! Upgrade to WaterSense® -certified fixtures. Last fall, American Standard provided these low-flow, water efficient toilets, faucets, and showerheads to 21 households near Atlanta, Georgia.
Participating households experienced an average reduction of 27 percent in total water use, without any noticeable differences in water pressure or performance. In fact, user satisfaction was higher than 99%; not one family requested to go back to their old water guzzlers.
Studies also show if one in every 10 American homes upgraded their bathroom to WaterSense®-certified fixtures, the U.S. EPA estimates a savings of 74 billion gallons of water and about $1.5 billion nationwide per year. The proof is in the numbers, using these toilets, showerheads and faucets save your customers money. Ensure customer satisfaction, invest with HD Supply today.
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