Raritan PH Superflush Toilet w/Soft-Close Lid

Raritan PH Superflush Toilet w/Soft-Close Lid
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PH Superflush Toilet with Soft-Close Lid

Our latest configuration helps customers easily switch from competitive models and begin taking advantage of the robust and dependable design of our world renowned PHII pump. Every unit is individually assembled and tested by hand in the USA.

Upgrading to PH SuperFlush is fast and easy!
Mounting base configuration matches the bolt pattern used on most competitive toilets.
Clear the bowl with less strokes!
Our robust doubleaction piston pump is 66% larger than competitive models making its use quick, easy and efficient.
Trouble free operation!
Proprietary full size 1-1/2" joker valve is specially designed to maintain pump performance.
Additional benefits include:
  • Effortless pumping! Powerful telescopic lever style handle makes pumping a breeze, even in the mostchallenging plumbing installations
  • Superior strength! Our engineered polymer pump construction is the strongest on the market
  • No more slamming seats! Soft close seat prevents annoying seat slamming and includes a unique feature thatlocks the seat in place while boat is rocking
  • All units have a dry flush option and may be mounted above or below the waterline

  • Maximum Lift: 4' (1.2M)
  • Maximum Discharge Loop Height: 15' (4.6M)
  • Inlet Port Size: 3/4"
  • Discharge Port Size: 1-1/2"
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