One-piece toilets are more modern in shape, lower than the split tanks, use slightly more water, and generally cost more than splits. The conjoined body is generally siphonic, and the flushing is silent. Because the water tank is connected to the main body and burned together, it is easy to burn out, so the yield is low. Due to the low water level of the conjoined body, the pit distance of the conjoined body is generally short in order to increase the washing power. The conjoined body is not restricted by the pit distance, as long as it is less than the house pit distance.
Because the wall-mounted toilet is built-in, the quality requirements are very high (it can’t be repaired if it is broken), and the price is the most expensive. The advantage is that it does not take up space, and the shape is more fashionable. It is used a lot abroad. For concealed water tanks for hanging toilets, generally speaking, conjoined, split, and concealed water tanks do not exist. The water tank is easy to break. The absolute factor is the deterioration of the water tank accessories and the deterioration of the rubber mat.
According to the classification of toilet flushing principles, toilets on the market are basically in two categories, direct flushing and siphonic. The siphon is divided into vortex siphon and jet siphon. Their advantages and disadvantages are as follows: The flush toilet uses the impulse of the water to discharge the stool. Generally, the wall of the pool is steep and the water storage area is small, so that the water power is concentrated, the water power falling around the toilet ring is increased, and the flushing efficiency is high.
Advantages: the flushing pipeline of the flush toilet is simple, the path is short, and the pipe diameter is thick (generally 9 to 10 cm in diameter). The gravitational acceleration of water can be used to flush the stool. The flushing process is short, which is similar to the siphon type. Compared with the flushing capacity, the flush toilet does not have a backwater bend to take a straight flush, which is easy to wash down larger dirt, and it is not easy to cause blockage during the flushing process. There is no need to prepare a wastebasket in the bathroom. In terms of water saving, it is also better than a siphon toilet.