|Posted by Terry Love on January 09, 1999 at 02:44:08:|
|In response to Re: TOILET SELECTION|
Thank you for the nice note.
Power Gravity uses a three inch flapper instead of the industry standard two inch that allows two and a half times the volume of water to drop out of the water storage tank. And drop it does, in maybe three seconds tops! When you see this in action the first time, you wonder why it took so long to think of doing it this way? Min. water pressure: 20 psi (static) Parts are very simple in these. Local hardware stores carry the fill valves.
The Air assisted tanks use a captive air water storage tank. New water comes into the tank which compresses until filled. The water is released with a steady whooshing of air forced water. This uses higher velocity over a bit longer time. The tanks on these models can require more repairs. Fewer stores carry parts.
Class I Installation
Class II Installation
Class III Installation
Class IV Installation
Testing Model: TOTO CST 864 One Piece Toilets
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