With 2,5/4 L toilet bowls, you can preserve the “water” too...
We assume the responsibility of protecting the resources in order to make life sustainable on our planet. We fulfill our responsibility by reflecting our Blue Life philosophy to all our processes.
Blue Life as a design philosophy
The Blue Life philosophy translates the responsibility for preservation of the natural resources to the products we offer for the dwellings and areas of mass utilization. Therefore, minimizing the water consumption quota per capita through implementation of intelligent designs constitute our design philosophy. The annual volume of water saved by utilization of the urinals, toilet bowls and armatures we develop exceed 190 tons per household. This means that 190 tons of water remains in the dams. Water remaining in the dams also means significant savings at dramatic rates at electricity consumption and carbon emission figures. “2.5/4 l toilet bowl” manufactured under this scope is the first toilet bowl of the world certified by LGA Institution, Germany.
VitrA manufactured the “2.5/4 l water bowls” setting forth from the importance attached to the water. You too can preserve the “water” by virtue of the water bowls with design making a significant difference in water saving when compared to the water bowls with normal washing action.
The water bowls with 2,5/4 L economic water consumption figures enable water saving up to 60%.
T4 water bowl and reservoir set
Water Jewels fully-wall-leaned water bowl and reservoir set, design by Matteo Thun
Matrix Wall-Hung Toilet Bowl
The toilet bowl consuming the least water in the world...
Matrix series toilet bowl awarded with the Golden Plummet, the most important award of the construction sector, enables maximum water consumption. The new generation water-saving toilet bowls effectuate the washing performance demonstrated by the standard toilet bowls functioning with 6 – 7.5 or 9 L water only with 4 L water. A household of 4 persons can save 42 tons of water per year by using this system.
The annual water consumption chart of the toilet bowls with single wash and double stage wash;