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The next generation Monolith system for wall-hung toilets adds new color selections, umber and sand, to its existing design palette. The new iridescent safety glass finishes join white and black options already available. Now designers have even more options for adding excitement in modern bathroom design. The award-winning Monolith system also features a new “shadow gap” design for a tailored and fresh look. Geberit Monolith radically alters the look of the toilet tank while offering all the water-saving advantages of Geberit in-wall systems. Monolith’s sharp, modern design makes a bold statement, and a revamped installation technique makes installation easier than ever. The system is perfect for replacing a floor-mounted toilet with a wall-hung toilet. “Monolith brings elegance to the bathroom, an area often overlooked. The new finishes enhance design and color-coordination to meet any design challenge,” says John Fitzgerald, Vice President of Marketing for Geberit North America. “Monolith not only conceals the toilet tank, fill and flush valves but also adds the perfect finishing touch to today’s bathroom design.” The Monolith system is secured to the wall and can be used in virtually any bathroom remodel. Showcasing the latest water-conserving technology, Monolith uses a water-saving dual-flush mechanism that is built into the top of the housing. The system’s large and small levers offer two water-saving flush choices: 1.6 GPF (6 LPF) for solid waste and 0.8 GPF (3 LPF) for liquid waste. Monolith was developed to connect to existing drainage and water supply connections. Monolith installs quickly, neatly and efficiently. The Geberit Group is an integrated, global company and European leader in the field of sanitary products, headquartered in Switzerland. Geberit maintains a strong local presence on most continents, including North America, providing concealed systems for wall-hung and floor-mounted toilets and fixtures. Geberit systems improve the look of any bathroom by hiding unsightly plumbing hardware. Replacing a standard toilet with the Geberit system results in more usable space, improved hygiene and better accessibility. The unique dual-flush valve saves water and is practically maintenance free. Geberit also offers cable-controlled bath waste and overflows in a variety of designer finishes. Critical working parts are outside the waterway, ensuring years of trouble-free operation. With 35 production facilities and more than 12,000 employees in over 40 countries, Geberit generated net sales of CHF 2.6 billion in 2015. The Geberit shares are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange; since 2012, the Geberit share has been included in the SMI (Swiss Market Index).

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