Automatic Self Cleaning Toilet Decrease Your Cleaning Trouble

Install Automatic Self Cleaning Toilet

The automatic self-cleaning toilet was invented by Panasonic Electric Works in Japan in 1970. They had previously designed and tested a self cleaning water system called “Shiseido Bath”. They were trying to develop an automatic system for bathroom cleaning when they discovered that ordinary tap water only cleaned the front part of the toilet bowl, but not the back. Thus, they needed something to clean the rear part of the toilet, which many people would not know was even needed. They eventually developed an automatic self cleaning toilet with the ultrasonic sound cleaning technique.

Cleaning Cycle of Automatic Self Cleaning Toilet

As you can imagine, there are a number of problems that come with an automatic self-cleaning toilet, and they all hinge around the fact that you can only do the cleaning cycle when you are sitting down. This means that it is not convenient to use whenever you feel like cleaning your toilet and it also makes it difficult to clean the system while standing up because you have to keep both your feet on the floor to manually start the cleaning cycle. Furthermore, if you have an older model, the fact that the toilet seat lowers makes it difficult to clean without climbing over the side or simply stepping over the top of the bowl. Many users also reported squeaking sounds when the cleaning cycle is started and it is not uncommon for the sound to continue long after the actual cycle is complete. Some owners reported seeing smoke rising from the toilet bowl.

Panasonic did manage to solve many of these problems with their new automatic self-cleaning toilet and one of the most interesting improvements is that they now have a cabinet behind the handle for the bowl that acts as the cleaning unit. It appears that Panasonic realized that many of these same issues were not present in traditional models because they recognized that there was no need to store toilet cleaning chemicals in the cabinet. With the new cabinet, the user can easily reach and handle the cleaning unit from the front instead of having to bend down all the way. Additionally, this allows the cleaner to easily reach areas that may be hard to reach using other means. Another improvement is that the tank does not slide on the side anymore; rather it is located on the front.

Automatic Self Cleaning Toilet

The first improvement that this system has over the old model is that it now comes with a waste bin for the bottom of the unit. This bin can be locked or left free so that you can choose to initiate the self-cleansing process whenever you wish to use the bathroom or you can unlock it and allow other people to use the waste bin. In this manner, you don’t have to worry about where you put the waste bin should you wish to start cleaning mode. This is a great feature for any households that do not have a dedicated waste bin area in the bathroom.

Another great improvement is that when the Automatic Public Toilets bowl and cabinet are not in use the lid simply locks so that no one can open it. As soon as the lid goes up, the cabinet immediately re-closes. This prevents anyone from turning the toilet bowl or the cabinet during the self-clean process. Some models allow you to lock/unlock the doors from the top instead of opening them from the bottom, making this even easier. Lock/unlock the doors either from the top or from the bottom of the toilet seat.
Another great feature found in this present invention is the fact that the toilet bowl automatically descends to a lower level once the waste stream begins. This provides users with a greater sense of safety. With a normal toilet bowl, if someone were to fall on the bowl, the pressure of the water from the flush would send the person directly to the ground. With this present invention, you do not need to worry about someone falling down onto the floor when the self-cleansing process begins.

Automatic Self Cleaning Toilet Final Features

A final feature to note involves the way in which the toilet bowl automatically re-circulates the water supply. With traditional toilet flushing systems, there is a delay between the start of the flushing water supply and the start of the water flow. The water supply is only refilled a few seconds after the start of the water flow. In other words, a person must wait several seconds before there is sufficient water in the tank to complete the cleaning process. The present invention does not have anything to do with this delay, so you do not have to wait for any amount of time.

These are just a few features found in this self-clearing toilet tank. This is a small product, but provides excellent value for money. With the special multi-stage cleaning cycle, the user does not need to focus on completing the cleaning process all at one time. All of the steps of the self-cleansing process can be completed with the click of a button.