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We carry Geberit, TOTO, Grohe, Crizto, Velin, Rubine, Inspire, American Standard, Tiara, Magnum, Baron and many other brands of sanitarywares such as water closet as well as kitchenware. Wide range of toilet bowls in different shapes and designs for your selection. Some of the toilet bowls have the latest rimless design and able to perform double vortex or tornado flushing. Thus if you are planning to replacing your toilet bowl or selecting a water closet for the new home you are constructing, you will find your perfect product here.
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KOHLER toilet bowls
Grohe toilet bowls
- Triple Vortex – Three water outlets create a powerful but silent vortex effect with each ﬂush.
- Rimless Technology – No dirt collects on the rim, and the interior of the bowl is clean and bright.
- Grohe Pure Guard – Stays sparkling white with no chance for bacteria and dirt.
- Grohe QuickFix – Faster, easier and hassle-free GROHE QuickFix outs installation time by 40%.
- Soft Close Seat – Both seat and lid have a gentle and quiet soft-closing mechanism.
TOTO TOILET BOWLS
INSPIRE TOILET BOWLS
AMERICAN STANDARD TOILET BOWLS
VELIN TOILET BOWLS
BARON TOILET BOWLS
CRIZTO TOILET BOWLS
MAGNUM toilet bowls
Types of Water Closet and Toilet System:
Close-Coupled Water Closet
It is also called two-piece toilet bowl. It consists of the bowl and cistern on separate body. One of the advantages of close-coupled water closet is that with proper mounting kit which allows tightening of the screw sets from inside of the the cistern to keep the cistern and bowl together, the replacement of the water inlet valve can be achieved without removing the whole toilet bowl. It just requires to unmount the cistern by unscrewing the screw set from inside the cistern and the inlet valve can then be replaced easily.
One-piece Water Closet
The bowl and cistern are together in one body. Generally, it is seen to be more elegant than a close-coupled toilet bowl. For one-piece water closet, the water inlet valve can only be removed by unscrewing the nut from underneath the cistern. In most cases this is very hard to achieve especially when the space is very tight at the side of the water closet which is commonly found in most toilets these days.
Wall Hung Water Closet
A toilet bowl mounted on the wall. The flushing system is either concealed behind the wall or “boxed-up”. There are a few types of flushing system for wall hung water closet. It usually uses concealed cistern in residential developments. For commercial places, it usually has a flush valve system. The waste pipe for wall hung toilet bowl is usually on the wall.
Wall Face Water Closet
This is a toilet bowl mounted on the floor. The wall face water closet can have the waste pipe either on the wall or floor. It has the same requirements on flushing system as the wall hung water closet.