Choosing WC

Flush action

Syphonic pans utilise a powerful suction (syphonic action/pull) to remove human waste. All syphonic WCs incorporate an ‘S’ shaped trap. The traps in these toilets are designed with slightly smaller diameters than a nonsyphoning toilet, so that the water-way will naturally fill up with water, each time it is flushed, thus creating the syphon action.

Washdown pans utilise the sheer force and volume of the flush water (push) to remove human waste.



Close-coupled WCs are built with the cisterns sitting atop the bowl.

One piece WCs integrate tank and bowl into a seamless, space-saving design that is easy to clean.

Wall-hung WCs are mounted on the wall and removed from the floor. For a minimal, modern and space saving toilet, wall-hung WCs are a perfect option.

Back-to-wall WCs keep the cistern (sold separately) and all the associated service connections concealed. They are neat in appearance.

Low-level WCs join wall-mounted cisterns to the pans with discreet short flush-pipes.


Flush systems

Single flush systems remove soil in a one big flush. Dual flush systems come with 2 modes, a half-flush for liquid waste and a full-flush for solid waste.


Water efficiency

We strive to comply and be certified by the Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards (WELS) scheme. 

Our ratings include :


The distance between the supporting wall to the center of the drain fixture.

The drain outlet, either through the floor or into the wall.

Concealed cistern
A hidden cistern (tank), normally inside or behind a wall or encased.

Seat and cover
Standard seat and cover

Soft close seat and cover – features a hinge mechanism that allows the seat and cover to gently drop down when closed