I live in the UK and have had 3 loos installed recently. They are all poor
flushers. I visited Disney World recently and the loos there were of a
totally different type. They seemed to suck or pump out rather than flush
and were very effective. Kind of like airplane loos.
What type of loos are they and can you get them in the UK?
Thanks in advance for any info.
Not having been to DW in a very long time, but from your description of the
flushing action, sounds like tehy might be pressure assisted water closets
I'm gonna start another war, but I don't care !
In Vegas they had a Cadet with a 3/4 feed to a 1/2
supply and that damn toilet ( loo) would suck my shorts
off. I flushed it 20 times, I could not believe it.
Sure Hot and AW got on about head pressure, BS,
this way worked great.
Maybe it from more water coming in, I donno all
I do know is it works.
Its in the Plaza Hotel & Casino. ( smoking rm. section)
I dont think you understand how a toilet works neighbor.
If you use a fluidmaster 400a flush valve or equiv. ( Industry standard ! )
It will not matter if you supply it with 3/8", 1/2", 1" or 5" it will not
the toilet flushes. It will not suck your balls off it you just put a
bigger supply line to it.
A flusometer can be changed by a 3/8" supply being upgraded to 1" big time.
I know this is a tough concept for you to grasp, but remember the supply
line to the toilet
does nothing for the flush in most cases. Based on their statement you
could assume that
a different shaped tank could make a toilet suck your shorts off more than a
If you shaped the tank like 3" pipe and made it 10' tall then there would be
a lot of head pressure
and when you flushed the toilet would really rip.
That junk is a industry standard ?
Not in my home.
I said it keeps water in the tank...that's my guess.
I think a 5" will give you a good enema at least.
Water is a phenomena. Remember that, if anything.
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