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Home > Rigel Care > Knowledge Base > Product Knowledge > What is the difference between Duct type and Conceal type of installation?
 
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  Topic: What is the difference between Duct type and Conceal type of installation?  
     
 

There are 2 types of DUCT INSTALLATION:

 
     

Duct Compartment - the flush valve is installed at min width and max, depth and maintenance access is from the removable top cover as shown.

 

Duct Corridor - the flush valve is installed within the service corridor requiring a min width of 600mm as shown.

     
 

CONCEALED INSTALLATION:

The entire box of flush valve is embedded inside the full-height wall as shown.

 
 
     
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