Your Cleanlet Bidet is simple to install

Full instructions are included with the Cleanlet manual making for easy installation 

Technical Specification Below

cleanlet Pan Dimentions

Elongated Seat

Standard Seat

The elongated seat is longer and wider than the standard seat BUT may not be
suitable for your pan. Make sure to measure your pan carefully to choose the correct
seat size for your toilet pan.

Facts  about New Zealand’s tough plumbing regulations.

The New Zealand Building Code has stringent plumbing regulations for the installation of electronic bidets.

Unfortunately most bidets installed in New Zealand fall short.  Most bidets in New Zealand are imported from South Korea, China or Japan often via Australia, and are either sold without any backflow prevention, or with a double/dual checkvalve, which may comply with Australian law, but not New Zealand law.  Because bidets connect with the potable water supply, the law requires that an RPZ type valve be used for non compliant bidets.  This valve offers the highest degree of protection as required for a “high hazard” appliance which an electronic bidet is.

Unfortunately these valves are expensive and unsightly.

The responsibility for compliance falls to the installer of the bidets, which means that anyone can sell non complaint bidets without disclosing the additional RPZ valve requirement.  Unfortunately  most plumbers and sellers are unaware of this requirement.

The picture below is one of the appropriate valve that was recommended for use for the non compliant bidet by a plumbing merchant.

An example of a RPZ valve


Valves like the below are NOT APPROVED for use with electronic bidets under the current plumbing regulations.


The Cleanlet does not require any of the above valves as the

Cleanlet bidet has the backflow prevention built into the unit

The Cleanlet bidet is currently the only bidet in New Zealand which does not require an external RPZ valve to comply with the New Zealand Building Code (because the backflow prevention is built into the bidet)  We believe that plumbers, the plumbing merchants and the general public should be informed as to the plumbing regulations relating to electronic bidets within the Building Code.

There are some links to help you further.  Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, Building Systmes Performance, Compliance Solutions     Plumbers, Gas fitters and Drainlayers Board

If you have any questions regarding this RPZ valve or other Bidet requirements please click here to contact us.

Thank you

The Cleanlet Team