When choosing a white toilet, how should we choose the shape of the face in various ways and the differences in drainage, pit distance, flushing and other methods? The following describes the structure, advantages and disadvantages of various types of toilets, for your reference only.
Toilets can be divided into one-piece toilets / separate toilets / tankless toilets
The so-called one-piece toilet is a one-piece toilet, and the toilet base is integrally formed with the water tank. Because the mold used in production is relatively large, often accompanied by shrinkage and deformation, its yield is relatively low, so the cost is relatively high.
Split toilet, as the name suggests, the toilet base is separate from the water tank. When using the split toilet, the water tank and the base need to be fixed together with screws. The production process is relatively easy, but requires a small shrinkage rate, and the data between each screw hole must be precise, otherwise it is easy to misplace during installation. A good split toilet, especially a toilet with a vertical backing against the wall, also has higher requirements for the porcelain mud used for the toilet.
The toilet without a water tank, also called a wall-mounted toilet or a floor-mounted toilet, is characterized by no water tank. The toilet needs to be used with a hidden water tank. The advantage is that it saves space and looks simple. The inconvenience is to install such toilets, and the water tank needs to be installed in the wall in advance.
According to the drainage direction of the toilet sewage outlet, it can be divided into a wall toilet and a floor toilet
The wall toilet means that the direction of the sewage outlet is toward the wall. The toilet wall is generally flushed into the toilet, and the siphon toilet cannot be made into a wall.
Floor drain toilet means that the direction of the sewage outlet is toward the ground. Floor drain toilets are widely used, and the pitch of floor drains is not fixed, ranging from 90 to 400 floor drains. Ground drain pit distance means the distance from the center point of the sewage outlet to the edge of the wall.
According to the toilet flushing method, it can be divided into straight flush toilet and siphon toilet.
1. The straight flush toilet has a large sewage drainage pipe with an inner diameter of 8CM and an outer diameter of 10CM. Usually, the flushing socket of the toilet is designed to be steeper, which is convenient for increased hydraulic flushing, and uses the gravity acceleration of water to discharge sewage. The advantage is that it is not easy to plug, and the disadvantage is that the flushing noise is large.
2. Siphonic toilet The sewage pipe has an inverted "S" pipe. Using the siphon principle, the water level in the flushing socket rises, and the highest point of the liquid in the pipe moves to the lower nozzle under the action of gravity. A negative pressure is generated inside the S-shaped pipe, and the dirt is sucked through the S-shaped pipe and discharged down into the sewage pipe. The thinner the S tube, the better the siphon effect, so the disadvantage of the siphon toilet is that it is easy to block, and the advantage is that the flushing noise is small.