This is Turtle.
if your buying the towlet , get a American Standard built in Pressure
assist and you flush ONE time. south or $325.00 Wholesale.
If you have a towlet already and need to convert the towlet over to a
PRESSURE ASSIST [ any brand ] , Get the American Standard Kit for
Pressure assist of Older towlets. South of $250.00 Wholesale.
It's even worse: various agencies work a cross-purposes. Take your example:
The low-flush toilets are designed to save water, and they would if the
government hadn't tampered with America's diet.
The health people train and insist that we eat five servings of fruits and
vegetables a day. This type diet creates more "floaters" than the "sinkers"
from eating copious quantities of red meat. The "floaters" won't go down no
matter what you do - after five or so tries, you have to fish them out with
toilet paper and put them in your pocket. Meanwhile, you've used 28 gallons
of water and all the while your host is thinking: "Something's dreadfully
wrong with Fred!"
Soon, those who keep up with this sort of stuff will realize that 1.6 gallon
flushes are not accomplishing what was intended, and the government will
begin mandating the use of small cardboard boxes (about the size of a
kitchen match box, I imagine) for no-flush disposal. These boxes will have
child-proof lids - don't get me started on the consequences of that.
On Wed, 14 Dec 2005 21:05:39 GMT, email@example.com (RWS) wrote:
We just replaced the workings of our 5+ years Gerber Flushmate. The
parts were free under warranty.
The older parts still flushed, but there was a drip in the pressure
tank. (It was not like a sub beyond crush depth as I had feared.)
The new flush is instantaneous, even louder than before, and
Niagara-like. It will take some getting used to, for sure.
But it does outflush regular toilets. I considered the Toto brand, but
asked about it after the Gerber. As Toto is a lot cheaper, I was
steered away from them, even though the plumbing supply place ran ads
touting the Toto name.
We have another regular toilet that I would replace with a pressure
assisted one, but my family hates the noise. (I hate the Mr. DeClog
I was told that the US law was revised and we can now ligally buy 3.5
gallon flushers. or you can buy one or two in canada and drive them
back over the border.
As soon as we have some extra bucks this is a must do here
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