NEW GEBERIT PNEUMATIC FLUSH BUTTONS ARE THE OPTIMAL SOLUTION FOR REMOTE APPLICATIONS

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Geberit Type 01, Type 10, and Type 70 pneumatic flush buttons allow bathroom designers to position flush activation anywhere within a 5.5 ft radius of the concealed tank. In special construction situations requiring enhanced user comfort and accessibility, a Geberit remote flush is the optimal solution. Geberit flush buttons can be installed in bathroom furniture and solid wall or drywall construction. Geberit remote buttons are available in dual-flush and single-flush models and in a variety of sizes, colors, materials and finishes. Special collars and cover plates are available to conceal the flush opening and give a sleek look to the final installation. “The pneumatics of the Geberit remote flush buttons are stress tested for years. A gentle touch is all it takes to activate a Geberit flush button, thanks to the hydraulic servo lifter,” says Ronn Jefferson, Product Manager for Geberit North America. “Geberit remote flush buttons are perfect when a bathroom layout calls for actuation in a different location. That’s especially important when reaching behind to flush is difficult or even painful for the user.”

For more information on the Geberit’s remote flush buttons download the The Choice is Yours brochure at https://www.geberitnorthamerica.com/media/local_media/_imported/brochures/GNA7181.pdf or call 800-566-2100 to request a copy.

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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