Last year around this time, we first introduced our Magic Flush® dual flush and eco-friendly toilets to the market! To mark this event this year, I will take you through a look through the Whitehaus factory featuring a look at how the Magic Flush® toilets are manufactured. A few months ago, we did this with the Farmhaus Fireclay sink line – read about it in the article here.
The Magic Flush® toilets come with a checklist of beneficial features! Our eco-friendly toilet line delivers conservation without sacrifice – the dual flush system permits the homeowner to restrict the amount of water used each flush. This really is particularly effective due to the fact that inside the typical home, toilets use more water than any other appliance within the home with 30% of home water usage resulting from just flushing! The easy option to save 10,000 gallons of water every year (it’s hard to believe that much is even used!) is to turn to our line of Magic Flush® toilets. With this system, there is up to 84% reduction in water usage – saving you and your household money, while simultaneously lending hand to bettering the natural environment.
Not just is this toilet powerful with it’s 600% extra flushing power, but it features a contemporary, yet traditional look to it, to fit any type of house. If every single house in the U.S. replaced their older toilet systems with a greater efficiency model like the Whitehaus Magic Flush® toilet, it would help save our nation just about 640 billion gallons of water annually.
Interested? Now take a look at how they’re made!
The process that the toilets go through is similar to that of fireclay sinks. Magic Flush® toilets are made from vitreous china (or porcelain) which is a unique mixture of several different types of clay. The use of this material allows for uniformity and an attractive appearance in the final product. To start, the liquefied clay is poured into a mold for the clay to take the beautifully designed shape of the toilet. Once the excess water has been absorbed and the toilet shape is set, the mold is opened and the toilet is then removed from the mold, as seen in the image below.