|The Original Niagara Flapperless Toilets - Save 20% with the NEW 1.28 gpf HET!|
The Niagara Flapperless Toilets offer great flushing power, no double flushing, and greatly reduced water costs. Choose your flush volume, bowl style and height.
The Original Niagara Flapperless is a 1.6 gpf toilet available with a round bowl or elongated comfort height (ADA).
The NEW Ecologic Flapperless HET (high efficiency toilet) is also available with a round bowl or elongated comfort height (ADA). Now you can save 20% or more water compared to a standard 1.6 gpf toilet with the new HET 1.28 gpf Ecologic!
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The Niagara Flapperless Toilet was a top performer in toilet tests performed by the National Association of Home Builders Research Center. Click here to see the full report on this and 49 other current model toilets. Includes full toilet specs and lots of other great info to help you evaluate toilets and make the right purchase choice. See the full report.
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Looks like a regular toilet, but with a better internal design.
Unlike most toilets, this one does not use a chain, lever and flapper system to empty the tank's contents into the toilet bowl. The Flapperless system uses a water reservoir bucket inside the water closet. When the toilet is flushed, the entire contents of the reservoir bucket are released into a specially designed bowl, creating a tremendous surge of water which results in a more powerful flush. You'll never double flush again!
There are three main problems with common flapper toilets. (The flapper is inside the tank attached to the chain and covers the hole where the water goes down when you flush.)
Over time (1-4 years), the flapper breaks down and the seal that keeps the water out of the bowl begins to leak. You may notice the leak or you may not. Usually, by the time you find out about the leak, hundreds or thousands of gallons of water have been wasted. In addition, the flapper may get caught on the chain or something else, instead of resealing itself. Unless you have a “flapper maintenance and repair reminder service” or check toilets monthly, you have probably already run into this problem. Increased water bills due to waste adds to the initial cost of a flapper toilet.
Solution - take the flapper out of the design and eliminate the problems associated with it. No seals to leak, no chains, no maintenance time spent, no wasted water, no extra cost.
So you replace the $3 – $5 flapper and everything is back to normal, right? Not exactly. When you replace a flapper you also change the amount of water the toilet flushes, sometimes increasing it from 1.6 gallons per flush to 2-4 gallons per flush. Please see the report above verifying this claim. Now you are flushing more water and wasting more money.
Solution – utilize a design that requires no replacement parts that effect the amount of water being flushed. The Flapperless flushes 1.6 gallons today and 20 years from now.
Congress passed a law in 1992 requiring toilet manufacturers to produce toilets that flush 1.6 gallons instead of 3-7 gallons. The toilet designs didn’t initially change much, just the adjustment of the amount of water being flushed. Less water down a toilet designed to flush 2 to 3 times the amount of water meant people were double flushing and getting frustrated. Water conservation got a bad reputation fast. Today, toilets are flushing better due to better designs, but flushing power varies significantly among brands and more money does not buy a better flush.
Solution – raise the tank water higher than usual and increase the water’s surge through a well designed bowl. The Flapperless clears the bowl every time and solves your poor flushing woes.
Reduces water consumption and water bills.
Eliminates refill noise.
Maintenance free - no flappers, chains or lever to replace.
No double flushing. One flush empties the bowl.
1.6 gallon, one flush, tamper proof.
No sweat tank, no water drips from humidity.
NO LEAKING FLAPPER!
One toilet fits both 10" and 12" Rough-ins.
Large footprint (10"x20") covers all flooring from previous toilet and eliminates flooring repairs.