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92/282 Toilet cistern, dual flush, DuoSet, clear plastic, Caroma Industries Limited, Adelaide, 1990. Click to enlarge.

DuoSet dual flush toilet cistern

Made in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 1990.

Caroma’s DuoSet toilet is a two button flush system allowing the user to select between a 9 litre and a 4.5 litre flush. The clear acrylic cistern is a specially made demonstration model to show the internal mechanism.

The Caroma dual flush toilet was developed in response to Australia’s limited water resources. Caroma created a research and development project to reduce water use which was funded by a Commonwealth Government Grant. The research and development project led to considerable redes...

Summary

Object No.

92/282

Object Statement

Toilet cistern, dual flush, DuoSet, clear plastic, Caroma Industries Limited, Adelaide, 1990

Physical Description

Toilet cistern, dual flush, DuoSet, clear plastic, Caroma Industries Limited, Adelaide, 1990

Dimensions

Height

460 mm

Width

475 mm

Depth

150 mm

Production

History

Notes

Finalist in the 1982 Prince Philip Prize (Award) for Australian Design. Australian Design Award 1982

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Caroma Industries Pty Ltd, 1992

Acquisition Date

25 March 1992

Cite this Object

Harvard

DuoSet dual flush toilet cistern 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 8 December 2019, <https://ma.as/126700>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/126700 |title=DuoSet dual flush toilet cistern |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=8 December 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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