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What is a close coupled suite?

What is a close coupled suite?

TOILET SUITES. For a close-coupled suite, the cistern and pan are joined with an exposed area at the back of the pan. These suites are ideal for retrofit applications where the bottom inlet from the cistern needs to connect to an existing tap in the room.

Are close coupled toilets any good?

A close coupled toilet is one of our bestselling styles. They are easy to install, low cost, durable and hard wearing, most come with a dual flush button, they’re available in short projections which is ideal in a small bathroom or en-suite and they’re immune from water damage.

What size is a close coupled toilet?

Standard dimensions for close-coupled toilets They generally measure around 40 cm in width and 60 to 80 cm in depth. If you don’t have a lot of room, go for a space-saving model with a short projection of around 50 cm or a corner toilet with a cistern designed to fit perfectly into the corner of the room.

What is the difference between close coupled and back to wall toilets?

Close coupled – where the cistern sits directly on the back of the toilet pan. Back to wall – where the toilet pan fits against the wall or a piece of furniture and a concealed cistern provides the water for flushing.

Is my toilet’s-trap or P-trap?

To distinguish between the two, simply look where the big pipe at the bottom goes. If the big pipe goes out the wall, it’s a p-trap. If it goes through the floor, you’ve got an s-trap.

What is the difference between a back to wall toilet and a close coupled toilet?

What toilets do plumbers recommend UK?

Here are a few types of toilets that plumbers recommend you look into.

  • Larger Bowl Gravity Toilets. Gravity toilets are the most common type of toilet and have existed for a long time now.
  • Pressure Assisted Toilet.
  • Power-Assisted Toilets.
  • Dual Flush Toilets.

What is the difference between a close coupled toilet and a back to wall toilet?