Description: Wellworth toilets have been an American benchmark for innovation and performance since 1936. With a new design in 2011, the Wellworth toilet brings an elegant flare that complements a wide range of bathroom designs. Features: Comfort height toilets make sitting ...
Description: Features: Includes left hand trip lever, less seat, supply and tank cover locks. Pressure Assisted flushing system. 1.6 Gallon flush. ADA Compliant. Highline collection. Made in the USA. Product Type: Two Piece toilet. Collection: Highline. Finish: . Distressed: No. Material: ...
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iXGravity Flush - These are the most common; when the toilet is flushed, gravity pulls water from the tank to wash the bowl.
Pressure-Assisted - These use the pressure in your water lines to compress air in a pressure tank, which is released along with the water when the toilet is flushed. This is a more forceful flush often clears the bowl better than some gravity toilets, but can be noisy, and requires a minimum household pressure of 25 psi.
Vacuum-Assisted - These have a chamber in the tank that pulls air out of the trap beneath the bowl to suck water downward with more force.
Dual-Flush - These toilets are most often gravity toilets, and have both a half-flush and a full-flush option. Some have two buttons or a split button on the top, others have a traditional flush lever that can be pushed up or down to vary the flush volume.