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We would like to install a hanging toilet in an area that is 65cm wide, which is fine for us. However someone told us that the mechanism of a hanging toilet (that's hidden in the back wall) needs at least a width of 70cm. How can I determine if this is true?

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    Find the one that you want and download the installation manual. – WarLoki Aug 16 '15 at 14:12
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You also need to be sure your water pressure is adequate (as in high psi). A wall mounted toilet doesn't use a reservoir, but relies on high water pressure for complete flushes.

  • Are You sure that wall mounted toilets don't use reservoirs/tanks?... My sister got that kind of toilet and I'm sure that it works with a tank. – Marek Oleszczuk Aug 18 '15 at 8:33
  • The ones which are meant for public restrooms are like what @MarekOleszczuk said. There are also wall mounted residential use toilets which are relatively new to the market which do have a tank. – Jason Hutchinson Aug 18 '15 at 17:25

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