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Pressure Assist Toilet Tank, 1.6 GPF

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  • Item # 2EMZ2
  • Mfr. Model # 28-380
  • UNSPSC # 30181505
  • Catalog Page # N/A
  • Shipping Weight 52.0 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • ItemToilet Tank
  • Flushing MethodPressure Assist Tank
  • Gallons per Flush1.6
  • With Liner/Without LinerWithout Liner
  • MaterialVitreous China
  • ColorWhite
  • Height13-3/4"
  • Width20-1/4"
  • Depth8-3/4"
  • CollectionUltra Flush
  • Flush HandleLeft Hand Trip Lever
  • Tank ConnectionStandard
  • Manufacturers Warranty LengthLimited 5 yr.

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Floor-mount toilet compresses air with water in the tank to create a push that effectively clears the bowl. Designed with a 3 1⁄8" trapway that makes this toilet great for high-traffic areas.

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Rated 3 out of 5 by Our Gerber model 28-380 Flushmate pressure assit toilet has a big air bubble come up in the bowl every time we flush it. You can feel the air coming into the room.Is this normal? Doesn't seem so...altho it does flush okay, why should air come back into the room? October 9, 2013
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Unfortunately with pressure assist toilets, there is a much larger opening in both the toilet tank and bowl where the flush valve would normally sit, this is for the opening in the ballast tank. The pressure assist tanks only fit on bowls which were made to accommodate the larger opening. The opening in the base of the tank is too large to allow for the interior parts to be converted to a standard flush valve. For converting to a gravity flush system, you will have to change the entire tank and bowl. For the gravity toilets we carry, please look in the current catalog number 404 at page 4218.
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