|Posted by hj on June 29, 19100 at 00:52:00:|
|In response to Re: Required Water Pressure for a Toilet?|
For your purpose, you will have to get one of the old style valves with a float ball. The modern ones require more pressure than you have available to operate.
: We're looking to use an outdoor elevated water tank to fill an indoor toilet at a cabin. However the water does not flow into the holding tank on the back of the toilet even though the outdoor reservoir is at a higher elevation. How much pressure (in psi.) does it take to force the water through the apparatus in the back of the toilet to fill the tank? Is there a particular type of system (valve and float) that operates at a lower pressure than most? Thanks
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