Water Saving Toilets & New Flushing System

VorMax™ Flush Technology Cleans 2x Better Than Conventional Toilets*

toiletAmerican Standard’s VORMAX™ FLUSH TECHNOLOGY is the solution to maintaining a cleaner toilet bowl by simply flushing the toilet. This revolutionary technology reinvents the flush by eliminating the conventional rim holes around the inside of the bowl that deliver water during a flush cycle. Instead, it delivers one powerful jet of water that powerfully scrubs the entire surface of the bowl from top to bottom, including the hard-to-reach spots.

  • CleanCurve™ Rim eliminates the rim area where dirt and buildup hide
  • EverClean® surface inhibits the growth of stain- and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew on the surface
  • High efficiency 1.28 gpf meets EPA WaterSense® criteria

*Source: IAPMO R&T Labs Test Report No. 109-141486-002, comparing VorMax against conventional under-the-rim-water-dispersal toilets from major retailers.


Kohler toiletDual-Flush toilets are a powerful way to save water.

Dual-flush toilets are a great way to save water and money. Because they offer the option to use only the water you need, dual-flush toilets can save the average family money on their water bill.

And dual-flush technology just got easier to use, thanks to the innovative new dual-tone side-mount trip lever featured on three of our most popular toilets. Two different flushes in one easy-to-use handle lets you save water without sacrificing performance.

Same powerful flush with less waste

Dual-flush toilets can save up to $99 per year* on water costs, but they don’t scrimp on power. Thanks to their siphon jet performance, these dual-flush toilets flush four times more than the average adult needs. Dual-flush toilets carry the WaterSense® label, which means they use 20% less water than a standard 1.6 gallon toilet while still meeting strict flushing performance guidelines.

*Compared to 3.5gpf toilets- based on an average household of four, each flushing 5.1 times a day, 365 days a year. Money savings based on a national average water rate of $6/1,000 gallons used.


Gallons of savings with a waterless urinal

Standard toilets use from 1.2 to 3.5 gallons per flush (gpf), while urinals use up to 2 gpf. If you can use the toilet about 5 times a day the gallons add up. Add using the toilet about 140,000 times in a lifetime too.

No so with a No-Flush Urinal that can save up to 40,000 gallons of water per fixture per year and significantly reduces sewage and maintenance costs. Great for home or business.

Contact PDM Plumbing for low water toilet ideas.