Stay Clean While Going Green with H2Option

Posted on November 15, 2009 by Nora DePalmaNo Comments

American Standard created the first truly siphonic dual flush toilet with its exclusive H2Option that saves water while achieving high performance.

American Standard recently introduced H2Option, the first truly jetted siphonic dual flush toilet. Using as little as 1.0 gallon of water on the low setting, H2Option scours the sides of the bowl to remove every last trace of paper and waste. Plus, the H2Option toilet is WaterSense®-certified for its water-efficiency results.

H2Option uses jetted siphonic action, which adds push to the water from under the rim of the bowl. When the user flushes H2Option, some of the water is instantly diverted to the rim where there are a series of chambers. The air in the chambers pushes the ongoing coming water forcefully out into the bowl. Combined with the force of the rest of the water entering the bowl, the siphon pull action is strong. The bowls of H2Option are a normal slope with a generous water spot.

According to American Standard’s Water Savings Calculator, replacing a 1.6 gallon per flush toilet with H2Option saves 1,400 gallons of water per year, enough to fill three hot tubs. There are 15 states that have rebates available for purchasing high efficiency toilets, according to American Standard’s Rebate Locator.

Visit the American Standard Media Page for more information, press release and downloadable images.

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