WC Close Coupled


Postby alan8376 » Tue Jul 17, 2007 7:08 am

My current bathroom has a WC floor outlet of 240mm (to centre of pipe from wall).. This was fitted 50yrs ago on bungalow build.

I wish to fit a close coupled WC but I have yet to find one to suit the waste outlet (it being too far out from wall). Fitting a batten spacer behind a new cc cistern or fitting a enclosed box type is not what I am seeking!

I was hoping to find a WC with the waste exit positioned further out or the waste outlet is vertically down! Any ideas?

Thanks
Alan
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Postby johnb » Tue Jul 17, 2007 9:59 am

hi alan you can get offset pan connectors take your dimensions to your local merchant and ask for multiquick pan offset connectors something will fit all the best john.....

Go to the projects section of the website and click into the project called, "Adding a utility room" scroll to the bottom and you will see an offset bend in the tools section. Click on it to view and/or buy. Diydoctor
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Postby alan8376 » Tue Jul 17, 2007 10:31 am

Hi, Could not find project 'Adding a Utility Room'?
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Postby ammo » Tue Jul 17, 2007 9:39 pm

hi alan
the only real way of doing it is to gun up the floor and use some underground 45 degree fittings and get the soil pipe tight against the wall. I have done several of these, its a pain but its the only real way. Although i have seen some pans fron from the continent that have the outlet built into the pan moulding. If you have a bathstore.com near you or try Laufen wc.
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Postby alan8376 » Wed Jul 18, 2007 2:26 pm

Thanks for the tip.

Regards
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