Pucci at the forefront of 6-3 litres

Pucci at the forefront of 6-3 litres

Since 1948, Pucciplast has been innovating in the bathroom with ultra-functional, high-tech and eco-friendly toilet cisterns. The company has always been defined by its ability to understand the changing needs of the general public and meet that demand with new products, and to facilitate the work of installers with advanced solutions. Pucci services each cistern throughout its full “lifespan” and guarantees spare parts for all old and new products. All products are proudly 100% made in Italy to ensure absolute quality. These are the distinguishing factors of a company with its roots deep in tradition that has constantly evolved alongside technological and aesthetic development.

Pucci’s history is one of cisterns and other innovations that have helped transform the bathroom into a place of well-being and ecological awareness. The first-ever built-in copper cistern, in the late 1940s, was a Pucci product. The first double-button cistern was the Pucci Eco in 1991: well ahead of its time, it paved the way for water conservation by offering the user a choice of how much water to discharge. More recently, there have been additional leaps ahead in quality. Sfioro, the cistern with a touch-operated buttonless flush plate, is a futuristic piece of design. The Eco Matic has been recognized as an innovation in eco-friendly technology. And finally Sara Tronic is the first multifunctional option that can be programmed via smartphone app. Not to mention other less sensational but equally practical functional innovations for consumers and workers.

Since 1995, Pucci has exclusively produced the reduced-body cistern, the one that allows you to flush either 6 or 3 litres while maintaining the functionality and hygiene of the toilet. Once a niche product, this cistern is now becoming a major player in new bathroom installations. In fact, recent European directives transposed into national and regional laws are increasingly pushing for a more thoughtful use of water, especially drinking water, our rarest and increasingly precious common good. The 6-3 litre small-body cistern offers the strongest water savings for the same functionality.

First, this cistern should be installed in renovations of public-use bathrooms like in schools, hospitals, hotels, and other types of residential communities, where water consumption greatly affects sustainability and costs. In the second phase, the cistern is also to be installed in new bathrooms in private homes, supporting environmentally friendly practices and reducing costs. With extensive experience in the production of the 6-3 litre cistern as well as in sustainability, Pucci is once again ready to meet European and Italian regulations, as well as encourage ethically and economically sustainable behaviour.

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