The Pros & Cons of Concealed Tank Toilets
The trend in bathroom interior design in recent decades has been leaning toward a sharper, more
functional, room-like approach to the décor. There are compelling reasons for using this strategy,
which has additional benefits. Unappealing exposed toilet cisterns, waste pipes, and pedestal
toilets may all be a thing of the past nowadays. Whether you are remodelling an old bathroom or
building a new one, you should consider installing a wall-mounted flush tank or a built-in-wall
flush tank. Not only do they provide tremendous architectural freedom, but they also have plenty
of additional advantages.
Less is more in this case. When it comes to architecture and interior design, this is an almost
unwritten law. That is just what a concealed tank toilet does in your bathroom. It accentuates the
illusion of space and makes the bathroom feel palatial.
What is a Concealed Flush Tank Toilet?
When you hear terms like 'In-Wall Cistern,' 'Concealed Cistern,' 'Concealed Toilet,' or 'Wall Hung
Toilet,' we're referring to an installation in which the flushing components (the cistern) are hidden
inside the wall, leaving only the pan, either wall-mounted or wall faced, and push plate also
known as 'Actuators' is exposed. If the concealed cistern requires repair or upkeep, it can be
accessed via the button panel. Once built, these water tank wall fittings can support up to 400kg of
These sorts of wall-mounted toilets are commonly seen in high-rise public restrooms or in flats to
conserve space. When space is available, plumbers for these sorts of buildings do their utmost to
install concealed cisterns.
Pros of Concealed Tank Toilets
As concealed cisterns are integrated into the wall; they save a significant amount of bathroom
space that would otherwise be occupied by the cistern.
The concealed cisterns use cutting-edge technology and functioning elements to ensure trouble-
If there is a problem with the cistern or it has to be replaced,