In line with the trend: the urinal
A urinal is a must in private households with male bathroom users. This economical alternative to the WC is acquiring increasing popularity in guest bathrooms, too. As opposed to the customary 6 to 9 litres per flush, a urinal requires only 2 litres of valuable water. Urinals are always installed in wall-mounted configuration on a facing wall.
An established part of the bathroom: The bidet
For many the bidet is now a standard hygiene item in a fully-equipped bathroom. Though actually intended for cleaning the genitals, bidets can also be used for washing the feet. Similarly to WCs, bidets can be installed in wall-mounted or floor-standing configuration. The tap fittings can be installed at the rear or front.