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