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Why you need to try a smart toilet?

Published by Mazzam Technology 2022-07-05

In 1980, a series of products "replace paper wipes with water washing" appeared, subverting the traditional way of toileting and laying the foundation for the technological development of smart toilets. Early smart toilets only had the function of washing with warm water, and they were mostly used in the medical and elderly health care fields. However, the current smart toilets on the market have added functions such as seat heating, warm air drying, massage cleaning, sterilization and disinfection, which are different from traditional ones.

The smart toilet is a good household item that you can't get rid of it with one use.


Epidemiological surveys show that chronic constipation patients in China account for 3%-17.6% of the general population, and the prevalence rate of adult chronic constipation is 4%-6%. Among them, the prevalence rate of people over 60 years old is as high as 22%, and the problem of constipation will increase with age. The incidence of anorectal diseases such as hemorrhoids is also as high as 59.1%. With the increase of work and life pressure, the constipation and hemorrhoid problems of contemporary young and middle-aged people are no less than that of elderly friends.

The smart toilet's functions such as warm water washing and massage can effectively stimulate capillaries and promote blood circulation, and the antibacterial seat can prevent bacterial infections, thereby preventing hemorrhoids, constipation and other diseases, and is healthier than ordinary toilets.

How many people were "frozen" in the toilet seat? How many female friends turn the seat up directly and use the toilet as a squatting toilet? Not only because the ordinary seat is not clean, but also because it is too cold and we can’t stand it. The smart toilet adds the seat heating function, which perfectly solves this problem. The seat with antibacterial material also allows female friends to bravely "sit down" instead of squatting.

Mid-to-high-end smart toilets have added functions such as automatic flipping, off-seat flushing, etc., which really frees hands and makes it easy to use the toilet.

From the perspective of energy conservation and environmental protection, the general toilet's single water consumption is as high as about 6L. The smart toilet is technologically innovative and consumes less water.

On the other hand, the way to wash the toilet instead of paper wipes can greatly reduce the consumption of toilet paper. According to the survey, the average amount of toilet paper used per person per month is 150g. If you have four people in your family, you will need 7,200g of toilet paper that year. Based on the paper industry's unit carbon emissions of 1.5g (CO2)/g (paper), a family of four can reduce carbon emissions by 10.8kg a year if they use a smart toilet.

Therefore, choosing to use a smart toilet is actually choosing a smarter lifestyle that is more healthy, sanitary and environmentally friendly. If you can, I hope you can all have an easy-to-use smart toilet.