Twyford RIMFREE Toilet
Your Questions Answered
If there is no rim, what stops the water coming out?
The toilet bowl is cleverly engineered to ensure that the jets of water flow right around it and down in a cascade.
Why do we have rims on toilets in the first place?
Typically the technology used in WCs has traditionally depended on there being a lot of outlets for the flush water, all hidden under a rim which guided the flow. The design of Twyford rimfree toilet is the result of years of development, designing both a bowl and a jet system which do away completely with the need for a rim.
How can I be sure the flush is effective?
The Rimfree® system jets water around the bowl more forcefully than a standard toilet, cleaning it efficiently and forcing the contents down into and out of, the sump – producing outstanding flush results every time.
How hygienic is the Twyford Rimfree Toilet?
Twyford’s Rimfree toilet technology was initially developed to meet the stringent demands of the Department of Health’s HTM64 guidelines, designed to minimise the risk of infection in healthcare applications.
What cleaning is required?
Probably far less than with a conventional toilet. Any soiling of the bowl remaining after the flush is easier to see and deal with. There’s no rim to clean under, which saves time and energy and reduces the amount of cleaning products needed. The outsides are designed for easy cleaning too.
What are the benefits of a Twyford’s rimfree toilet for your project?
Rimfree® toilets achieve professional performance levels. They look – and are easy to clean and maintain, which gives users confidence in the levels of hygiene. Less time and money is spent on cleaning, and water usage can be significantly reduced too.
Lift the lid on this revolutionary new Twyford rimfree toilet and you’ll
see why it make light work of cleaning. See the video below.