A Water Closet Toilet or a Flush Toilet, or simply called WC Toilet, is a bathroom facility that is engineered for the user to sit in. This is in contrast with the squat toilet, which requires the user to squat before the facilities. It is equipped with a seat and a cover and it commonly comes with a plastic or ceramic flush tank.
A WC toilet enables the use of water to flush down human waste into a drainpipe which then sends the waste to another location such as a septic tank or a sewage treatment plant. Inside your flush toilet is a water tank that stores the water that will be utilized for flushing and it should be able to endure 400 kilograms without disintegrating for compliance with the standards.
Types of toilets WC toilet
WC toilet usually come in different shaped bend types such as the U, J, S, P trap, but the most common trap types are the S trap and P trap. The piping of S trap types can be done below ground level, while P trap types aren’t usually afforded that capacity. Consequently, S traps are utilized for ground floor installments and floor mount toilets, but P traps are for top floor installations and for both wall mounted toilets and the floor mounted toilets.
Moreover, there are several ways to classify your flush toilet such as the bowl design which can allow you to either have a rectangular shaped bowl, elongated bowl, square toilet bowl, or the commonly used round shaped bowl with your toilet. Additionally, there are two ways to distinguish your seat cover since there are seat covers that have a hard close and there are those with a soft close seat cover.
However, the water usage of this facility is not a joke, too. It utilizes a material portion of your daily water consumption since you can use up 10 liters of water per flush and it is hard to temper the amount of water that is being consumed. It can be quite hard to save up on water when using a WC toilet, but several users have reduced flushing after urinating to a minimum to save up on water.
Moreover, there are innovations on low flush toilets or dual flush toilets which can decrease water usage when flushing. Low flush toilets decrease the amount of water per flush, while dual flush toilets provide the user with a choice when it comes to the level of water that will be used when flushing.
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