Gallons per flush


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Gallons per flush

Measurement of water use in toilets. Since 1992, toilets sold in the United States have been restricted to 1.6 gallons per flush or less. The standard for high-efficiency toilets is 1.28 gallons per flush.
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Gallons per flush should be printed in the tank or on the packing box.
28 gallons per flush toilet is also WaterSense labeled and can save an average of $90 per year in water usage[1].
28 gallons per flush and meeting stringent WaterSense certification requirements for water savings is designed to be installed with simple hand tightening, no tools needed.
28 gallons per flush while successfully meeting all required performance testing.
28 gallons per flush, faucet flow limiters, low-flow showerheads and tankless water heaters, can help families save money and conserve tens of thousands of gallons of water - in many cases cutting annual household water consumption in half.
The ULF toilets save two to four gallons per flush, as compared to non-water saving models.
The ULFTs can save from two to five gallons per flush, providing significant water savings for the city of Los Angeles and cost savings for participating customers.
5 gallons per flush (gpf), which is 50 percent less water than a standard urinal, meeting the U.
6 gallons of water before it closes; older toilets use three to seven gallons per flush.
28 gallons per flush (gpf), effectively remove 350 grams of solid waste with one flush, and resist after-installation tampering to increase its water consumption.