WC-Stop, Details

Overview · How it works · Installation

For stand-alone and hidden cisterns

A huge saving potential!

The simplest but most effective way to save water is the AquaClic-WC-Stop:
It takes only seconds to equip your toilet with the AquaClic stop.
A stop lever is installed so you can adjust the water usage yourself and flush only two to three litres of water. As soon as you let go of the lever, the flushing stops. It is not necessary to use 6-12 litres each time, often 2-3 litres of precious drinking water is enough.
Also for dual flash toilets

A very nice side effect: reduces the tank refilling noise that is annoying especially at night.

WC-Stop works on toilets with stand-alone as well as with hidden cisterns. Install it in a few seconds!

Material: raw brass, plastic
unlimited lifetime
Unsuitable for elevated cisterns

Also useful for dual flush toilets

Use AquaClic WC-Stop for dual flush toilets if:
  • neither the big nor the small flush satisfies your needs
  • you don't know, whether your guests, kids, husbands really use the small flush...
WC-Stop is unsuitable for elevated cisterns.

How it works

A common cistern contains - depending on its age - 6-12 litres of water. After the installation, water is just flowing while pushing the button.
As soon as you let go the button, the flushs stops; you decide the amount of water!

This Animation (in French) of the environmental agency Geneva shows the process of watersaving with WC-Stop.

Take off or unscrew the lid

Installation on a stand-alone cistern

  1. Remove the cover
  2. Let WC-Stop (1) drop into the overflow pipe (3)
  3. Test:
  • push or pull the button
  • let it go and...
  • ...check if the flush stops after 2-3 seconds.

Weight (1) into the overflow pipe (3)

If yes, you have a new cistern, one weight (1) is enough
and you can close the lid.

First and second part sticked together

If not, you have an elder cistern, and you need the second weight:
  1. stick the second part (2) into the first (1)
  2. let them both fall into the overflow pipe (3) and continue at point c
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