Toilet Suite Options

Toilet Styles

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Invisi’ Toilet Suites (or ‘behind the wall’/ concealed’)

Hidden cistern inside the wall cavity, ceiling or under counter- leaving only the wall faced or wall hung pan to be seen. Very modern design and is an excellent space saver.

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Wall faced Toilet Suites (or ‘back to wall’)

Most popular. The back of the pan sits flush against the wall, so no gaps between the toilet and the wall making for easy to cleaning. This is a solid unit and creates a bold look in your bathroom.

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Close coupled Toilet Suites

The pan and cistern are joined together so you cannot see the flush pipe. This type of toilet suite is a very traditional look and suits all types of bathrooms.

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Connector Toilet Suites (or ’link’/ ‘linked’)

Most traditional looking toilet with the cistern joined to the pan by a plastic flush pipe and connector plate. It provides the greatest amount of set out flexibility for installation. Great for replacements.

Cisterns

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Invisi (Concealed)

Hidden cistern inside the wall cavity, ceiling or under counter. Very modern design and is an excellent space saver.

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Back Entry

Water inlet connects via an access hole in the rear of the cistern. All hoses and taps are hidden with the cistern.

Pan Waste Traps

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Universal Trap (UniTrap)

Most flexible. Trap suits either S or P trap configurations. Unique to modern wall faced pans.

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S-Trap

Most common installation. Trap connects directly into a floor- mounted pan collar.

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P-Trap

Trap connects directly into a wall mounted pan collar.

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Skew-Trap

Left or righthand models. Connects directly into a wall mounted pan collar to one side.

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Bottom Inlet

Traditional cistern type. Water inlet connects at the base of the cistern. Hoses and taps are exposed for easy access and repair.