Tank-type gravity toilets

Sloan Valve's Gravity Series 9000 toilets offer another water-saving flushing option for light commercial installations.

01/19/2012


Sloan Valve's Gravity Series 9000 toilets, available in single- and dual-flush models, offer another water-saving flushing option for light commercial installations. The Gravity Series 9000 product line includes one 1.6/1.1 gpf dual-flush toilet with a flush button on top of the tank and two single-flush models: a 1.28 gpf single-flush toilet and a 1.6 gpf toilet with the option of a left- or right-hand trip lever. Gravity Series toilets initiate a quiet, powerful gravity flush with a siphon jet flushing action. The high-efficiency toilet models enable light commercial customers, such as small office buildings and retail stores, to save 30% on water usage compared to standard 1.6 gpf toilets. Plus, the 3-in. valve opening on all of these commercial-grade toilets allows for improved performance due to the increase in flow rate. These floor-mounted vitreous china toilets have elongated bowls available in ADA and standard height.

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