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Geberit: From floor standing to wall-hung WC

Flexibility with S-bend and Duofix element


December, 2010

 

Replacing a floor standing WC with a wall-hung one was laborious and time consuming task in the past based on changing the existing in-floor drainage connection. Geberit has found an ideal solution for this familiar problem. The ultra-flat Geberit S-bend is particularly suitable for use in renovation work. The S-bend connects the existing drainage connection of the floor standing WC with the outlet bend of the new Duofix wall-hung element.

 

Cost and time savings for the plumber.

With the S-bend, you can connect a wall-hung WC for continued use of existing pipes without major structural modifications. Due to its low height of 72 cm, the plumber only has to pick the floor a few centimeters for conversion, something which does not breach the impact sound. A further advantage is the flexible length: this can be adjusted directly onsite to between 15,5 to 34,5 cm. This means less chiseling work, less build-up of floor pavement and less dirt on the construction site.

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