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Replacing toilet with a floor concrete waste

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by jbolo, 28 Mar 2021.

  1. jbolo

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    I would like a close couple toilet and don't really want a back box. The floor waste is concrete. Whats involved? The first is the relic and the second is the toilet I would like
     

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    There are a small number of BO pans on the market. I have a Twyford E100. You have to start by measuring the distance between the centre of the soil pipe socket in the floor, and the wall, so you can see what will fit. Then look at the technical drawings. This is essential.


    BTW don't buy a bog with a square seat unless you have a square arse. A replacement seat will be very expensive, or impossible to find.
     
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    The VitrA S20 5513 is often good for this application, as it can cope with up to 225mm distance between the wall and the centre of the soil pipe. Any more than that and you'd need to box it off the wall to suit
     
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