Convert Your Toilet to a Dual Flush Toilet

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Published on March 26, 2008

Author: DualFlushToilets

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Easily convert your existing toilet to a dual flush toilet using the TwoFlush kit from Aquanotion.

Presents The New Way to Flush Your Toilet Conserve Water Save Money http://www.dualflushtoilet.ca

Economically convert your existing toilet to a TwoFlush system. Use the Big Flush for solid waste, the Small Flush for liquid waste. Save Money , Conserve Water without compromising performance.

When the first handle is depressed, the device allows for half the total fluid volume to be drained from the tank. Save up to 24,000 liters per year!

When the second handle is depressed, the device allows for the full fluid volume to be drained from the tank. Save up to 24,000 liters per year!

 

FAQ’s What is TwoFlush? The TwoFlush dual flush toilet system is a simple to install replacement kit that allows every household and business in North America to convert his or her high water use toilet, to a dual flush toilet that will noticeably cut water consumption.  How does TwoFlush work? The TwoFlush dual flush system allows the user to choose either a half flush for liquid waste or a full flush for solid waste.  What’s with the two levers? The small handle is for liquid waste; the big handle is for solid waste. 

FAQ’s Do I need to replace my existing toilet? No, the TwoFlush dual flush system is a retrofit kit. It works in your existing toilet.  Do I need to replace my existing fill valve? No, the TwoFlush dual flush system works with most fill valves; all you are replacing is the flush mechanism.  Who can install TwoFlush? You can! The TwoFlush dual flush system was designed to be a Do It Yourself product. But working on your toilet can be intimidating so a professional plumber should be able to install it in an hour. Visit www.dualflushtoilet.ca for an installation demonstration video.

FAQ’s What tools do I need to install the TwoFlush dual flush system? Here is what you will need. • A big flat head screw driver (for the tank bolts). • A device to cut the dual flush arms to length (we recommend a small saw, a rotary tool works great, tin snips should work). • Household glue. • A large pair of "channel lock" pliers (to remove the old existing large white nut on the bottom of your tank, in some cases it is better just to cut it off!). Optional: • A bucket or bowl (to catch water when you remove the water line). • Rags or towels (to remove remaining water in the toilet tank).

FAQ’s Will the TwoFlush dual flush system work in Low Flow toilets? Yes, The TwoFlush dual flush system can upgrade both high flow toilets (12 L/3.2 gpf, 13 L/3.4 gpf and 18 L/4.75 gpf) and low flow toilets (6 L /1.6 gpf). Will the TwoFlush dual flush system fit in my tank? Your Toilet must fulfill the following requirements to be TwoFlush compatible. • Your toilet is a two piece, left front handled toilet. • The toilet tank must be at least 13" tall, 16" wide and 6" deep.

Additional Products available at www.dualflushtoilet.ca Class-on Replacement Tank With the TwoFlush system built in, this tank offers a choice of either a full 9 or half 3.8 liter flush. To install it, simply remove your old tank and replace it with the Class-on.

Additional Products available at www.dualflushtoilet.ca Aquastric – Refill Tube Conserving water is even easier when you install the Aquastric refill tube on to your existing dual flush toilets. This affordable add on allows you to save an additional one to two liters every time the toilet is flushed. Use the Aquastric alone with your existing toilet or combine it with the TwoFlush system to see substantial savings on your water bill.

Do what the Europeans have been doing for years. Easily convert your existing toilet into a dual flush toilet and start saving water and money today. Visit our website at www.dualflushtoilet.ca for more information.

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