TODAY’S PATENT – TOILET WATER SAVER
Traditional toilet flushing mechanisms involves a system operated through a floating apparatus which controls the level of incoming water where a downward valve controls the discharge of water from the tank. The conventional toilet flushing system would be beneficial if a mechanical alteration device is attached to conserve water and use water appropriately for the user’s needs. “Toilet water saver” (US3932900A) was invented by Victor Huston and James R. Huston, which was patented by the USPTO on 20th January 1976.
The present invention relates to a water saver device which can be readily attached to the toilet flushing mechanism or manufactured in its entirety with the whole mechanism. The invention is basically a small device made of weights that is attached to the floating apparatus in order reduce the quantity of water used while flushing.
The primary objective of this invention is to conserve water while flushing and this invention can save up to 9 gallons per day, which equates to conserving approximately 13,140 gallons of water per family per year.