This is a pneumatic operated automatic sensor concealed cistern, including three parts: A tempered glass sensor panel, plastic water tank, and iron rack. You can select the complete set or just the sensor panel, or the sensor panel with a plastic water tank, depending on your application. The ceramic toilet is not included.

This system is powered by both batteries and main power. You can choose either or both.

How to use:
1. Auto flush after people leave, flushing duration is according to using time, half flush if using time is less than 90 seconds, full flush if using time is more than 90 seconds.
2. Mechanical button for the full flush. It is a stand-by manual override just in case the power is off or the infrared sensor is not working.

Advantages and benefits:

Ease of cleaning: Concealed cistern install hidden in-wall, there are fewer surfaces to wipe clean and you don’t have to try to clean that annoying gap between the back of the toilet and the wall, easy to keep neat and tidy.
Style and space: In-wall sensor concealed cisterns are a must-pick for interior designers these days thanks to their stylish and modern look. They help create a sleek feel and save the indoor space. Moreover, the gap between the floor and wall-hung models creates the feeling of more space, which is perfect for smaller bathrooms that need a bit more breathability.
Hygiene and water-saving: Thanks to IR sensor technology, automatically detects the body, automatic flush to avoid cross-infection, and according to different use the time to flush different amounts of water, convenient and saves water.
Accept OEM: The sensor panel accepts color customization to match your different applications.

Touchless flush technology has been increasingly popular in public and commercial washrooms for many years. Concealed in-wall toilet cisterns have been the preferred choice in commercial premises such as shopping centers, restaurants, hotels, and bars due to their ease of cleaning and hygienic design. However, their benefits and aesthetic appeal are now becoming more highly sought after in residential bathrooms.

There are many different models available from many different manufacturers, each with specific design features. There are two types of toilets that can support in-wall cisterns:

Wall hung pans: these toilets are mounted to the wall and sit above the floor, eliminating the need for a toilet foot or base. There is a gap between the toilet and the floor.

Wall-faced pans: these toilets are mounted directly onto the floor. Unlike a wall-hung toilet, there is no gap between the floor and the bottom of the pan. All plumbing and waste pipes flow straight into the wall or floor, making everything hidden from view.