More about the WHC Leak-Less™ Valve

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OUR PRODUCT UNIQUENESS

[1] Patented Product

[2] Saves Households a Significant Portion of Money

[3] Saves 70% of Lost Water Through Toilet Leaks

[4] Can Be Retrofitted Into Current Toilets

[5] Manufactured In Different Designs for Different Toilets

[6] It Is Inexpensive Than Buying a New Toilet

[7] Easy To Install

[8] Easy To Use

[9] Environmentally Friendly

[10] Multinational Award Winning Product

[11] Suitable For Rebates

[12] Grants Pride of Ownership

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According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and the South African Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), toilet leaks in the average household waste approximately 250000 litres of water every year [=2500 bathtubs]. Fixing these leaks can save homeowners more than 10% on their water bills {subject to their water tariffs}. Due to the nature of toilet leaks, many users may not be aware of the leak. In conventional toilets with a leak at the flapper valve, the cistern is continually filled to replace the leaking water, causing a substantial amount of water loss.

WHC’s benchmark technology, is The Dynamic Toilet, which is a toilet that consists of 3 water saving features and 2 hygiene features.  However given the above facts, WHC has decided to focus on one of its innovations the WHC Leak-Less Valve™. The WHC Leak-Less Valve™, prevents 70% of the water loss in the case of a flapper leak, by stopping the water influx at a pre-determined water level. This stops the water lost when the toilet is not in use. A locking mechanism prevents the continuous cistern refilling in the instance of a leak, which is common in conventional toilets, as shown below. Toilets, just like cars, start depreciating from the first day of use; thus, they inevitably leak.

When a leak will occur in new toilets and the size of the leak, depends on external factors i.e. usage frequency, water quality etc. Worst case scenario is losing approximately 700 litres of water a day {= 7 bathtubs}. The monetary value is depended on water tariffs of the resident’s municipality; using the Tshwane Municipality tariffs (i.e. R0.0009 p/L) the saving = R226.8 per year, thus the product pays for itself within 36 months.