Geberit China

Water and electrical current connections to the WC

Future included

For tomorrow's demands on convenience

  • Geberit Duofix installation element with water supply connection and mains connection

A conventional, reliable WC with water-saving dual flush may be sufficient today, but in just a few years, the home-owner may wish to add a shower toilet or odour extraction unit. In an ideal world, all the necessary connections would already be prepared so that costly structural alterations can be avoided.

Prepared for a Geberit AquaClean shower toilet

  • Geberit AquaClean Sela with mains connection

Geberit has modified the installation elements for wall-hung WCs for future market requirements. Whether Geberit Duofix, Geberit GIS, Geberit Sanbloc or Geberit Kombifix, each of these installation elements have standard conduit pipes for a hidden feed pipe for a Geberit AquaClean shower toilet. They can also be fastened to a conduit pipe for a mains connection. Every concealed installation is therefore already optimally prepared for the later installation of a Geberit AquaClean shower toilet, for example.

Prepared for an odour extraction unit

WC systems which are also equipped with a connection pipe for an odour extraction unit directly from the WC ceramic appliance are optimally prepared for future demands on convenience. For this reason, Geberit recommends installing installation elements with an odour extraction adapter (Geberit DuoFresh) whenever possible. The associated additional costs are minimal. Furthermore, building owners can enjoy the benefits of using the odour extraction unit immediately. Or, in just a few simple steps, they can even have it retrofitted later.

Geberit Duofix Element with water supply connection, mains connection and conduit pipe for an odour extraction unit

Integrated conduit pipe

Integrated conduit pipe and suitable water supply connection positions for Geberit AquaClean shower toilets

Hidden mains connection

Position of hidden mains connection

Visible mains connection

Position of visible mains connection