The benefits of using a bidet
Statistics show that men within the 30 OECD countries spend 912 hours in the toilet and women spend 6968 hours during their life time. That’s 27,375 times for men and 206,955 times for women, each visit lasting 2 minutes in average. This shows how sanitation and health relating to the toilet visits can be a huge impact during our lives. We will briefly explain the benefits which electronic bidets can bring to your household and to your family.
Hemorrhoid and constipation prevention
Typically 8 out of 10 people have problem with Hemorrhoids and Constipation. The warm water washing and air-drying of a bidet stimulate the surrounding caplilaries, increasing blood circulation, reducing pain and creating a smoother bowel movement.
Blood lump protection
A bidet can even wash away lumps of blood with high-pressure water. This means the sensitive wrinkles of the rectal area can be washed off thoroughly.
Hypertension, obesity, disabilities, children, etc.
Blood moves to the head during a bowel movement, so people with hypertension and obesity are not able to bend to use toilet paper. A bidet is also beneficial for children and people with disabilities.
Functions of DIB-J850R
- Instant heating to enema wash & Aerated wash
- Oscillation & Pulsation
- Occupied Seat Sensor
- Heated Seat
- Water temperature & Pressure Control
- Soft closing
- 2 Modes of power saving : Normal / Intelligent
- Stainless Steel Nozzle
- Warm Air Dryer
- Remote Controller
Ceramic toilet is not included with Bidet
In the following cases, you must consult with a plumber or us before placing an order.
★ if your toilet’s water tank is placed behind the wall
★ if the size of your toilet seat is too bigger or smaller than the standard size of New Zealand toilet seat
★ if the shape of your toilet seat is not a round shape
IMPORT NOTE :
This product must be installed in accordance with AS/NZ 3500.1. which requires provision of a high hazard Backflow prevention device (not supplied)
This requirement is subject to local authority inspection. Please consult with your local plumber prior to installation.