How Does A Wash And Dry Toilet Work?
Essentially a wash and dry toilet is a combination of a toilet, a bidet and a dryer all in one unit.
A wash and dry toilet works in a similar manner to a standard WC, whereby a user firstly sits on the toilet to carry out their ablutions. Once finished, and rather than using toilet paper, a user will follow these next steps:
1. Trigger A Mechanism To Start The Flush, Wash And Dry Process.
This will either be by using a remote control, or some units have their controls positioned behind the seat and can be activated by using your elbow.
2. Firstly The Flush Will Remove Bodily Waste From The Toilet Bowl
3.Once Removed The Douche Arm Will Automatically Extend To Provide The Wash Function.
4.The Douche Will Wash The Area And Can Be Programmed To Offer Varied Water Temperatures And Spray Patterns
5.After A Set Period Of Time The Douche Will Retract And The Dry Function Will Begin.
6.The Warm Air Dry Function Can Also Be Programmed And Tailored To Suit Temperature Preferences.
7. Once The Dry Function Finishes You Are Able To Get Of The Unit As Normal
It is important to note that although all shower toilets work in a similar manner they can vary slightly. For a quick product demonstration watch the 40 second animated video below.