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Old 24-10-2006, 01:03 AM posted to rec.food.restaurants
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Hi guys, I'm conducting a very basic feasbility assesment of an
invention I created for the restaurant industry (among others). I was
wondering if you could give me your two cents on the topic.

I've noticed a growing phenomenon where people are kicking the flush
handles of public toilets with their feet, either the flushometer
handle if its pressurized toilet, or flush handle if its a tank system
so that they don't have to touch the "dirty handle."

My question to restaurant owners is, does this phenomenon end up
costing you by having to call in a plumber for repairs more frequently
than you'd normally do? Do you find your flushometer wearing out
quickly or do you find leaks or your toilet breaking often because of
this kicking?

Thanks,
Evan


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reykjavik wrote:
Hi guys, I'm conducting a very basic feasbility assesment of an
invention I created for the restaurant industry (among others). I was
wondering if you could give me your two cents on the topic.

I've noticed a growing phenomenon where people are kicking the flush
handles of public toilets with their feet, either the flushometer
handle if its pressurized toilet, or flush handle if its a tank system
so that they don't have to touch the "dirty handle."

My question to restaurant owners is, does this phenomenon end up
costing you by having to call in a plumber for repairs more frequently
than you'd normally do? Do you find your flushometer wearing out
quickly or do you find leaks or your toilet breaking often because of
this kicking?


I'm not a restaurant owner, but I wouldn't think that would have much
affect on the typical flush handle.


Thanks,
Evan




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