Will it fit?


The Lupi Lu should fit, but let's make sure...
 

Lupi Lu specifications

Click here to see the specifications and some useful measurements.


Let's talk toilet pans. What type do you have?

There are two types of toilet pans currently available. 

The first and most common, which we will refer to as a standard pan, features two post holes at the back of the pan to attach a toilet seat. These holes go right through the pan and the bolts and nuts holding your existing toilet seat will be visible from underneath the pan.

The second type of pan has what is commonly referred to as a blind fixing attachment to secure the toilet seat. The post holes in these pans are not visible from underneath the pan and the toilet seat has a fixing plate that screws into the post holes. The toilet seat attaches to this fixing plate.

I have a standard pan

Ok, now we know you have a standard pan there are couple of measurements you need to check.

  •  1. The post holes in your toilet pan need to be between 125 – 170mm apart. The fixing bolts run along a channel that allows them to be adjusted to fit holes in this range.

  • 2. The post holes in your pan need to be at least 70mm from the closest part of your cistern. This is to ensure the all the seats will stay up when lifted.

I have a blind fixing pan

As with the standard pan, there are a couple of measurements you need to check.

  •  1. The post holes in your toilet pan need to be between 140 – 160mm apart. The fixing bolts run along a channel that allows them to be adjusted to fit holes in this range.

  • 2. The post holes in your pan need to be at least 70mm from the closest part of your cistern. This is to ensure the all the seats will stay up when lifted.