The Pedestal Water Closet By Rigel Technology takes sanitary ware to the next level with its modern form and water saving mechanism.
5 May, 2015
Top Image: Rigel Technology’s Pedestal Water Closet. 605 x 440 x 470mm
With an organic and pebble-like shape, the Pedestal Water Closet’s minimal form reflects the zen-like pleasure of enjoying a quiet moment. Visually light, this ceramic water closet fits seamlessly into any bathroom without appearing bulky or obtrusive. Complementing the design, a soft-closing seat cover is achieved through hinges that are buffered to slow down the motion of seat and cover, preventing a sudden drop against the water closet pan.
Functionally, it utilising just 3.5 litres of water to clean up, as well as 4.5 litres of water for a full-flush. The low capacity water closet allows additional 30% water and cost savings when half-flush is activated. Rigel’s dual flush mechanism is also 25% more water efficient, making it possible for LOHAS enthusiasts to protect valuable natural resources from the comfort of their homes on a daily basis.
The sanitary ware also features a special type of glaze fortified by titanium dioxide coating. Surfaces are so smooth that contaminants have nothing to cling onto and hence are easily flushed away.
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