Contact person: Frano Perica
Cleaning agent dispenser (mixer) for toilet bowl flushing releases various cleansers into water before it reaches the bowl. It is located in the extended part of the tank-to-bowl flush tube just before it connects to the bowl. While water continuously flows through the middle of the tube, some of the water enters the chamber through compartment holes; it then mixes with cleansing agents inside the chamber and passes through compartment holes back to the flush tube. The toilet is thus flushed using a pre-mixture of water and various cleansers. In this process, the dispenser is uncontaminated by polluted water and there is no danger of its falling into the toilet bowl. Moreover, disinfectant, deodorizer and lime scale remover cartridges are replaced in uncontaminated environment by simply removing the dispenser lid.
In order to flush toilet bowl more effectively, various disinfectants, deodorizers and lime scale removers are released into water. They are usually placed in separate dispenser containers attached to the inside of the toilet bowl, where various cartridge substances are flushed, thus achieving desired effects. The disadvantage of these containers is that cleansers mix with contaminated water from the bowl, thus becoming hygienically questionable. It furthermore causes a certain level of uneasiness when having to put hands inside the toilet bowl in order to replace cartridges or cleansing dispensers. While using or replacing cleansing dispenser, it is also possible that it unlatches and falls into the toilet bowl, thus blocking the drain and exposing you to further hand-sticking in the toilet bowl.
Cleaning agent dispensers within the bowl also disrupt water flow, determined by the shape of the bowl, causing less flushing of individual parts or spraying contaminated water out of the toilet bowl. All these disadvantages are eliminated if cleaning agent dispenser (mixer) is located outside the bowl, thus mixing water with various cleaning agents before it reaches toilet bowl.
The key of the invention is to pre-mix water and cleaning agents before reaching toilet bowl by locating the cleaning agent dispenser (mixer) within the 90 degree angle tank-to-bowl flush tube.
Water from high tank toilets (pull-chain toilets) flows through vertical tube attached to the wall, bending at a 90 degree angle just before connecting to the toilet bowl. With low tank toilets there is no vertical tube, but both versions include right angled flush tube to introduce water in the toilet bowl.
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