UB-6035R Comfort (size A)
Toilet seat containing two hidden nozzles which produce a jet of water for cleaning private body parts. The water can be regulated for both temperature and flow. The first nozzle is designed for cleaning the posterior area and is useful for all members of the family, while the second nozzle is designed for feminine hygiene.
USPA is particularly useful for the elderly or for people with disabilities because it is so easy to use. USPA can also be a great help for parents with young children who are not yet able to clean themselves. Kids love USPA!
Picture with WC (6035R+ZERO W):
There are many advantages:
USPA is a fundamental accessory in bathrooms where a traditional bidet cannot be installed due to a lack of space. Aqualet makes designing bathrooms easier as it helps to maximise the use of the available space.
USPA is delicate and hygienic. Personal hygiene for young children, the elderly, for people with disabilities or generally less mobile is made simpler and easier.
If used regularly, USPA can help to relieve inflammatory conditions typically found in women, such as cystitis and yeast infections, as well as those due to haemorrhoids. The beneficial SPA jet provides adequate stimulus to increase blood circulation, while the warm air used for drying reduces the need for toilet paper, thereby minimizing its irritating effect on the skin.
USPA is ecological: in fact it helps to reduce the consumption of toilet paper by 80-90% and cuts back considerably on water consumption.
Made from germ-resistant plastic for maximum hygiene
Posterior cleansing with a variable spray
Variable spray (5 settings)
Adjustable wands position
Warm water with variable temperature setting (3 levels)
Continuous water heating
Intelligent energy saving function
Automatic cleaning of the wands before and after each use
Gentle closing seat and lid
Touch activated on/off sensor to prevent over spray
Easy installation on existing toilets; Adaptable to most standard fixtures
USPA has been designed to be compatible with most toilets that are currently in commerce and it is available in 3 sizes:
Look at the technical sheet to see which product will best suit your toilet, you need to measure distance "A"
(the distance between the mounting holes for the toilet seat and the front of the toilet bowl).
From a study carried out by the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) it has been shown that every day, in the world, 270,000 trees end up in the toilet or in the wastepaper basket. In fact the principle raw material for paper production is also one of the most important components of the wood found in trees: cellulose.
Trees help to maintain the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere at a stable level (by photosynthesis). Data from the World Resource Institute, show that deforestation is responsible for the emission of at least 7 billion tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) a year (1/5 of the total), thereby having a direct influence on phenomena such as the greenhouse effect and global warming.
Very often the natural forests are replaced by plantations, trees that are all the same, the same age and the same species, with no undergrowth and which, in order to be able to grow rapidly, require fertilisers and pesticides, the result being predictable and significant damage to the environment, in particular to the soil.
In paper mills, chlorine based chemicals are very often used to bleach the wood pulp. These generate harmful compounds (dioxin) which end up in the waste water in high percentages thereby provoking serious harm to the aquatic flora and fauna.