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Stainless steel toilet seats

One of the enquiries we get most often is for stainless steel toilet seats. In most cases it is because it is perceived as the most vandal resistant option in toilet seats. However, stainless steel toilet seats are not available in South Africa at all. Why not then? Currently stainless steel sanitary ware is used for commercial and industrial applications where hygiene and durability is of foremost importance, not aesthetics. A stainless steel toilet seat…

Industrial flush valves installation models
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Flush mechanism options for industrial toilets

Industrial stainless steel toilets have various flushing options to suit your needs.  Aesthetics is not the primary focus but functionality.  In most cases companies install a stainless steel toilet due to vandalism and it is also the flush mechanism that suffers. So selecting the right one for the industry is crucial. There are three basic flush systems available: Exposed flush mechanism (This includes cisterns, push button flush systems and IR flush systems) Built in wall…

Industrial vandal resistant toilet seats
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Selecting the most suitable stainless steel toilets

There is more variation in the application of industrial stainless steel toilets than in residential toilets.  The main concerns when selecting a stainless steel toilet is vandalism, not only to the toilet itself, but to the flushing mechanism as well. There are basically three types of stainless steel toilets Pedestal type ( F-HCL Pedestal pan and SS-PAN-FM toilet pan) Back to wall type (HDTX592 and SS-PAN-BW) – about 8 variations available Wall hung type (CMPX…

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How to install the HCL pedestal pan – Installation manual

This is the basic instructions of how to install the stainless steel HCL pedestal pan with a back entry exposed flush valve (not shown).  This installation instruction can also be used for the back entry hidden or concealed valve installation. Step 1: Drill holes with centre height 233 mm from the finished floor. Note that the floor must be finished and completed, if you still need to screed or install tiles, the 233 mm height…