The most appropriate type for renovation without shattering the existing walls would be the dry-mounting cistern Jog (or Tornado). First, it is necessary to mount the flushing cistern, connect the water supply, then the flushing cistern (possibly with an all new installation) is covered with double plasterboard and then the ceramic tiles are laid. By installing a dry-mounting flushing cistern, no valuable space in the bathroom is wasted, flushing plates give a modern touch to the bathroom and the suspended toilet bowl provides a clean, uncluttered appearance to the toilet space.
The main difference is in the mounting of the flushing cistern. Concealed flushing cisterns are usually built into the wall or surrounded by wall in case they are mounted on the existing wall. In any case, the bottom of the construction must lie on a firm basis. Usually, a 20mm to 80mm thick wall is set in front of the flushing cistern. Dry-wall flushing cisterns have a self-supporting construction that is mounted in front of the existing wall and covered with plasterboard. There is also the possibility of corner installation, installation into plasterboard or installation as a self-supporting element (more information available in the catalogue).
The water level is already preset. The amount of water is 9l when pressing the large push button and 4.5l when pressing the small button. This setting usually proves to be the most suitable for different types of ceramics. If you want to reduce the amount of flushing water, the setting is carried out on the outlet valve. For more information refer to enclosed instructions and to the label on the flushing cistern protective cover.
HDV filling valve (ID No. 195933, item 5-226-530) is suitable for installation in all visible and concealed LIV flushing cisterns and also in most flushing cisterns of other manufacturers.