|Posted by Barry on January 12, 1999 at 15:52:14:|
|In response to Re: Toilets|
: I am looking to replace the "builders special" toilets in my house. I would like to keep the cost to around $200.
: I like the Briggs Acuity models. Are they good a removing waste the first time. If not can you recommend one
: that is?
: Ed Warner
It's actually the Briggs Vacuity. It's operation is well described at the Toiletology 101 Web site (www.toiletology.com). From my perspective, everything has to be just right for this system to work properly, just as with, say, anti-scald valves. I live in a high mineral content area, and anything with close tolerances that uses our water soon has troubles. Consequently, I'd be more inclined to a more foolproof system -- either a jet siphon with a big pathway or pressure-assisted. I think the value of a good flush is such that I'd skip a few lunches, delivered pizzas, and movies in order to afford the better (but more expensive) toilet.
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