The Jetloo water saving toilet presents an entirely new innovation in the flushing water closet toilet.  Jetloo is a dual flush toilet with the full flush cycle flushing the toilet with as little as 2.5 litres and the half flush cycle only 1.5 litres.

Select the half flush cycle and water will be released through spray jets located at the sides of the pan, this will remove urine from the water closet and replace it with fresh water.

Select the full flush option and water will be initially released from the side pan sprays to rinse the bowl, at the same instant soap / deodorant will be added from a peristeltic soap pump into the flowing water. The said process will assist with the cleaning of the bowl and minimize odour. Immediately after the said side sprays shut the main jets at the front of the pan will open to clear the waste from the closet, this will be the main flushing component of the Jetloo. Following this operation the side sprays will open again to top up the water closet. 

Each process can be adjusted via a remote control, this allows for flexibility of operation in all operating scenarios. For example the soap / deodorant function can be increased decreased or omitted entirely if so desired. 

The overall design of the Jetloo will ensure a reliable operation for many years, considerably better than regular toilets because of its water saving dynamics. 

The water saving aspect of the Jetloo will provide considerable savings over many years with the price of water ever increasing.


To the investor, Jetloo is the new standard in the flushing toilet, in short it is a revolution!  Success has been achieved by completely deleting old design that has improved little in hundreds of years.  The Jetloo has been so named because it clears the toilet bowl using a combination of water and compressed air, a completely new concept.  

Smaller jets are employed to rinse the pan and or to top up the water closet.  Jetloo also incorporates a soap/deodorising function into the main flush cycle, this will significantly help to keep the toilet clean and fresh.  By installing a Jetloo unit the owner will save a substantial amount of water and money.  This toilet has been designed to operate trouble free for around twenty years, once again saving on maintenance costs.

The price of the Jetloo will be similar to a commercial toilet and cistern combination.  Jetloo is currently patented in Australia with a huge potential to penetrate major overseas markets.  The Jetloo may be a good candidate to qualify for existing government rebates currently running at one hundred and fifty dollars, this will make the product even more appealing.

It is intended that our exit strategy for this product will be licencing agreement with major plumbing manufacturer.  The local and international markets are huge for this type of product making this a very attractive proposition for manufacturers. 

In review a new standard is emerging in the plumbing industry, given time this new standard may become compulsory across Australia.  A unique opportunity now presents itself for the astute investor.


Lowest water consumption of any flushing toilet

Uses around half the water of the best units on the market

Maintenance friendly

Great styling

Similar in cost to a quality commercial toilet suite


Self cleaning

Improved functionality through better design

Suitable for hospitals and schools

Remote control to adjust the various functions


Investment needed for the following;

Stainless steel manufacturing



General engineering

Engineering consultation

CAD drawings

Products and public liability insurance

Patent costs

Other legal costs

Sundry costs

It is estimated that these prototypes will be finished to a working level within 12 months of the initial investment.

The average water consumption of a toilet within a domestic household is approximately a quarter of the total water consumption. US statistics show that toilets use 26.7% of total daily water use as depicted in Table A.  The Jetloo has the capacity to reduce the water consumption of toilets by approximately 50% which would bring the average usage for toilets down to less than 14%.

Table A: Resource - Statistic Brain Research Institute 

Date of research: 19/8/2016