Most toilet sizes are designed according to size standards. The following are the standard sizes of toilets for your reference:
Standard size of one-piece toilet
The standard size of the one-piece toilet is, the height from the top to the bottom of the wall tank: 750mm~830mm.
The height from the seat to the one-piece toilet is 360mm~430mm.
Width of one-piece toilet: 680mm~730mm.
Children’s toilet standard size
The standard size of children’s toilet is: 530*285*500mm.
The pit distance is: 200/250mm, which is also the general size on the market, and most children use this size.
Standard sizes of toilets with different shapes
The standard sizes of toilets with different shapes are different, and they are generally between 30CM-50CM. Even for slightly fat people, the width of 1250px is fully usable. Toilets generally have a height of about 1750px, a length of about 1750px, and a minimum of 1550px. This is a convention! Finally, the sewage discharge diameter of the toilet, usually 30 cm and 40 cm, 35 cm is also available.
Toilet standard size details
Some standard toilet sizes also need to be understood. For example, 70cm*40cm is the floor area of the toilet. But if you want to put a toilet, you must leave at least 80*128 space 80 for your legs to stretch comfortably when you sit and squat. 128 is the minimum size for leaning forward when sitting and squatting. The width of the toilet is 450*700. But these are the size of the appliance, not the size used, such as the toilet, you have to leave a space of 1000*1000 to use it.
The size of the pit distance of the toilet
The standard for toilets now is the distance between the pits. The popular point is the distance between the puddle and the wall. The size is usually 750px to 1000px, which is generally determined according to the size of the bathroom. So before buying a toilet, you must know the distance between the drain on the left side of the toilet and the wall. If the bathroom has not been paved with wall tiles, the measurement is to reduce the thickness (generally the thickness is 3-100px).
The distance between the toilet pits of the national building standard is 300CM. The toilets on the market are 280-290CM, and 1 cm must be left behind. The principle of thermal expansion and contraction is the principle of thermal expansion and contraction. Most of the above are the distance between the wall and floor tiles. If you build your own house, you can control the distance. The toilet is on the market. Pit with 300CM is commonly used, 390CM is an old house or self-built, 250CM is rarely! The size of the toilet is different. One style has one size. If you choose the floor row for the toilet, the hole is generally 30 cm open, which is the standard size.
The general area occupied by the toilet: 370×600mm, the size of the toilet seat: the normal standard is generally 300-400mm, and the non-national standard is 350mm. The size of the water tank and the sewage pipe is also very important. There are 15L, 13.5L, 9L, 6L water tanks. The sewage discharge diameter of the general toilet is usually 30 cm and 40 cm. There are also 35 cm. The toilet sewage pipe is general. It has an outer diameter of 110mm.