The paragon of Swiss precision

Geberit’s long history of groundbreaking innovations has defined the shower toilet industry as we know it. The company launched its first shower toilet with advanced functions back in 1978. Fast-forward to 2013, and a monumental breakthrough was achieved with the introduction of the AquaClean Sela, which saw the shower toilet technology fully integrated into the ceramic for the first time. Following the acquisition of the Sanitec ceramic group in 2015, Geberit expanded its capabilities to develop and produce complete shower toilets – including the ceramic components. The company has been progressively scaling up its assembly lines at its headquarter in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland, ever since it first started producing shower toilets in the 1970s. All Geberit shower toilets are manufactured to the highest quality standards.

Watch the video for an insight into the production of AquaClean Mera.

With a passion for perfection

Geberit shower toilets are the result of years of research and a passionate commitment to product development. Notable innovations include the unique WhirlSpray shower technology and the efficient, flow-optimised TurboFlush technology.

WhirlSpray shower technology

The crowning glory of every shower toilet is the shower spray. This is where Geberit’s unique and patented WhirlSpray shower technology elevates the shower experience to a new level. The gentle jet offers thorough cleaning right where it’s needed while remaining particularly kind to your skin. This is achieved through the dynamic introduction of air, which creates a pulsating massage sensation.

TurboFlush technology

Flushing is a critical aspect of every toilet, which is why all newer Geberit shower toilets come complete with TurboFlush technology. The ‘aha’ moment comes when you open the WC lid and see the innovative internal geometry, which is both asymmetrical and completely rimless. It is this design that allows for powerful, quiet and efficient flushing. It also makes cleaning easier and enables you to save water with every flush.

The peoplebehind the innovations


Developing shower toilets with passion.

Rolf Weiss, flow engineering development engineer

WhirlSpray shower technology development.

Simon Bachmann, mechanical product development engineer

From the drawing board to the complex technology within the finished product.