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#1 Anthon

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Posted 01 October 2020 - 02:32 PM

We have repairs at our production facilities. And we want to install new toilets for staff in public areas. Since the requirements for cleanliness are very high and innovations are not standing still, we decided to install some smart toilets. We have chosen and bought them. But now we have doubts, because they may not pass certification. Has anyone ever done something like this?



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Posted 01 October 2020 - 04:10 PM

I don't know of a good one for commercial use - at least not as of yet.

 

We are in the process of planning on a new house and thinking about the TOTO brand smart toilets, I'd consider it as long as we could get a demo and I am not sure how the dealer would do that.

 

I have seen total steam systems, however I still have not seen a good one on either side that will eliminate organic material fully.

 

And there are some concerns about sitting on what is basically a steam kettle when it comes to the steamers and the issue with smart toilets with the built in bidet going off without someone sitting on it.


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