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In a previous e-newsletter, I talked about a new app for iphones called "iflush" that allows you to flush people who bug you down the commode. And hey, how valuable was that?
Performance claims by the company stress the consistency of pressure applied to each flush as compared to pressure tank types - always the same, regardless of supply pressure. The company also claims quieter operation, and the ability to flush efficiently with supply pressures as low as 11.4 psi. Consumption is stated at 1.28 gallons per flush.
The components will not fit into a conventional china tank, but are instead designed to be incorporated into the base of a dedicated toilet construction. The result is a "tankless" look.
Using electronic controls, this toilet features two flush modes in terms of water consumption -1.28 and 1.6 gallons. Depending on the model, other features include: