Lowest flow toilet saves water and gets the job done

Lowest flow toilet saves water and gets the job done

A high efficiency toilet uses 1.28 gallons per flush, compared to a toilet from the 1920s that used about 12 gallons with each turn of handle. Now there’s a new benchmark, a high-efficiency toilet from Niagara Conservation that uses an average of .65 gallons per flush.

Niagara says that could save users more than 15,600 gallons of water annually and potentially hundreds of dollars off utility bills when compared to the older 3.5 GPF toilets.

The Stealth Dual Flush ultra-high-efficiency toilet (UHET) is the lowest flushing toilet on the market and it meets EPA WaterSense criteria. It offers 0.95 GPF full flush for solid waste and 0.5 GPF for liquid waste.

With a combination of air and water working in unison for an ideal filling and flushing system, this toilet provides a larger water spot to better clear waste with minimal water use. The system is not only capable of functioning efficiently at varying water pressure levels, but it has no expensive parts to replace, further saving the customer money and reducing materials use.

With its groundbreaking technology, the Stealth toilet delivers a powerful, effective, one-time flush. With a combination of air and water working in unison for an ideal filling and flushing system, this toilet provides a larger water spot to better clear waste with minimal water use. The system is not only capable of functioning efficiently at varying water pressure levels, but it has no expensive parts to replace, further saving the customer money and reducing materials use. Completing its superior engineering, the modern, compact design makes it ideal for both new construction and retrofitting projects. 

Niagara’s offer a line of high-efficiency Stealth System fixtures (including toilet, showerhead and bath/kitchen faucet aerators) for use by homebuilders that alleviate the burden of upfront costs for the homeowner.

Read more about saving water in your bathroom.


Topics: Plumbing & Fixtures, Sinks & Toilets, Water Saving Devices, WaterSense


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