Help relieve
the drought &
save money!

With Camel Dam

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How it works

The unit is easily installed by bowing and flexing the unit as it is immersed into the toilet tank (the tank does not have to be drained). The unit is pliable enough to fit around existing plumbing mechanisms, and still seat with a secure seal "fit" against the wall and base of the toilet tank.

  • More effective with the more modern "vertical" plumbing systems, but will also work with older systems that use a float.

  • Will "dam" back a % of the tank water with every flush, but the action of the toilet will not be compromised.

  • Designed to be just below the height of the water in the tank, so that when the tank refills after a flush, the water will repopulate with the fresh water coming into the tank, and not become stagnant over time.


3000 Gallons Per Year

The basic design of the flush toilet has not changed appreciably since its inception more than 130 years ago. Since Thomas Crapper invented the "ballcock" valve, the basic use of gravitational water pressure to evacuate the bowl has been the same. The full volume of water in the toilet tank is not, however, required to evacuate the bowl - only the gravity driven force of water in the bowl. This means that a % of the water in the toilet tank can be reserved or "damned" back without compromising the efficiency or effectiveness of the toilet.


Unique Design

A combination of a flexible "backbone", which bows and flexes within the confines of a wide range of toilet tank sizes and designs, and a TPE "dam", which is engineered to stand up to water exposure for the life of the toilet.


& highly efficient

A % of the water in the toilet tank can be reserved or "damned" back without compromising the efficiency or effectiveness of the toilet.



A consumer simply installs the "Camel Dam" in the toilet tank, positioning it so that it does not interfere with the toilet flapper valve or other mechanisms.


The environment & money

Once installed, it will "dam" back as much as 4 liters of water per flush. With prevailing water rates, and the fact that toilet flushes are likely the household, the "Camel Dam" will likely pay for itself within a few months.

Running out of water
& Water Bills Rising

The American Southwest is in the midst of its worst drought conditions on record. Approximately 36% of the continental US is currently experiencing drought conditions, and current projections would indicate it's going to get worse. Municipalities are mandating water saving measures (low flow toilets/ shower heads) for new real estate developments, including restrictions on landscape watering and car washes. For established households in homes built prior to 1992, the largest consumet of water is normally toilet flushes, representing some 20% - 24% of all household water consumption.

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Years of experience


Years of experience


Years of experience


Years of experience


Years of experience


Years of experience


Camel Dam


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