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Mansfield’s ‘Elementary Toilet’ For Kids Is Mix Of Efficiency, Safety And Quality


-- Mansfield’s made-for-kids toilet uses only 1.28 gallons per flush (gpf), helping kid-friendly facilities save water and money --



PERRYSVILLE, Ohio –Mansfield Plumbing Products (Mansfield) announces the launch of its first toilet designed specifically for children.

The new Elementary Toilet, which uses only 1.28 gpf, is easier for kids to use. It includes several safety features such as a slow-closing seat to protect kids’ fingers, and a cover lock that prevents kids from playing with the tank trim.

“Whether it’s used in hospitals, schools or any other kid-oriented facility, the Elementary toilet offers a multitude of benefits, from saving money on water bills to being easier to clean thanks to smooth contoured lines,” says Charles Scott, vice president of marketing for Mansfield Plumbing.  “The Elementary is also more affordable than its closest competitors, so facilities can spend less while enjoying the same sought-after features.”

The perfect size for kids, the Elementary Toilet is 24” to the top of the tank with a rim height of 11‐1/4”. This rim height meets ASME’s juvenile height standards, as well as TAS Standards for 5-8 year olds.

The new Elementary HET joins Mansfield’s extensive line of “green” toilets and urinals.

For more information on Mansfield’s products, visit www.mansfieldplumbing.com.


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