Stealth Technology

The Nano® Dual Flush Elongated Toilet is the latest water-saving product from Niagara® Conservation. Built with Niagara’s patented and highly innovative Stealth® Technology, the Nano is a high-power, low-maintenance, no waste toilet that guarantees a powerful, clean flush every time. The Nano is WaterSense® certified and is one of the most water-efficient toilets available using 77 Read more

The Nano® Dual Flush Elongated Toilet is the latest water-saving product from Niagara® Conservation. Built with Niagara’s patented and highly innovative Stealth® Technology, the Nano is a high-power, low-maintenance, no waste toilet that guarantees a powerful, clean flush every time.

The Nano is WaterSense® certified and is one of the most water-efficient toilets available using 77 percent less water than most other toilets on the market. The dual flush technology allows people to select either .5 or .8 gallons-per-flush (GPF) with the same power as the industry standard 1.6 GPF. The EPA estimates that water conserving toilets, such as the Nano, can reduce water usage up to 60 percent every year, significantly lowering monthly water costs and saving more than 13,000 gallons of water annually.

In addition to saving water, the Nano’s flapperless Stealth Technology delivers a powerful flush, preventing clogging, leaking and eliminating the need to flush more than once. A Fluidmaster 400A fill valve is fully submerged, cancelling out the noise typically produced by a standard toilet.

Not only is the Nano powerful and environmentally conscious, its compact, elongated bowl  provides maximum comfort. Expertly designed to fit in small spaces, users can easily replace their round seat bowl with this elongated compact toilet.

The 708-unit military community saves more than one million gallons of water in one month.   INSTALLATION AT LA MESA VILLAGE COMMUNITY In October 2014, Monterey Bay Military Housing upgraded La Mesa Village Community with all new Ultra-High-Efficiency-Technology (UHET™) Water- Saving Kits from Niagara Conservation with no upfront costs. Niagara’s UHET Kits provided La Mesa Read more

The 708-unit military community saves more than one million gallons of water in one month.

 

INSTALLATION AT LA MESA VILLAGE COMMUNITY

In October 2014, Monterey Bay Military Housing upgraded La Mesa Village Community with all new Ultra-High-Efficiency-Technology (UHET™) Water- Saving Kits from Niagara Conservation with no upfront costs. Niagara’s UHET Kits provided La Mesa Village residents with drastically lowered utility bills and reduced maintenance issues.

THE PRODUCTS

La Mesa Village installed Niagara’s UHET Kits throughout the 708-unit property. Each UHET Kit consists of five high-efficiency products that drastically reduce water and energy usage. Each kit included Niagara’s EPA WaterSense® certified Original Stealth 0.8 GPF toilet, Earth Massage 1.5 GPM showerhead, and 1.0 GPM kitchen and bathroom aerators.

The Original Stealth boasts the lowest gallons per flush on the market; flushing at just 0.8 gallons each time thanks to Stealth Technology – a patented, re-engineered flush that works better and wastes nothing. The showerhead and aerators have Niagara’s Equiforce™ Technology, a pressure-compensating technology that guarantees a powerful, consistent flow rate regardless of available water pressure.

The 0.8 GPF toilets were installed to replace the older 1.6 GPF toilets previously found on the property. Monterey Peninsula Water Management District helped fund the retrofit by providing property managers rebates for every toilet installation.

RESULTS

The retrofit began in October 2014 and was completed in less than 30 days. According to Adrian Jimenez, Operations Manager for Monterey Bay Military Housing, La Mesa Village saved 1,113,500 gallons of water when compared to the previous year.

“The installation of Niagara’s high-efficiency plumbing fixtures have been nothing but well received by our residents in the La Mesa Village,” stated Jimenez. “Each retrofit was completed with the utmost professionalism and ease. And since the project’s completion last November, we have not only seen remarkable reductions in water usage within each unit of the community, but also we have received zero complaints from our residents.”