How to choose the flushing pipe

- May 29, 2020-

The flushing method of the toilet can be divided into straight flushing and siphoning. The principles of the flushing methods are very different. The flush pipe of the flush toilet is simple, the path is short, the pipe diameter is thick, the flushing process is short, and the water saving performance is good. The disadvantage is that the flushing noise is large, the water storage surface is small, it is prone to scaling, the deodorization function is poor, and the water cover is small; while the siphonic toilet has a small flushing noise, which is easy to wash off the dirt stuck to the toilet profile, and the deodorant effect Good variety. The disadvantage is that the water consumption is large, because the pipeline is narrow, it is easy to block.


Suggestion: Many consumers are hesitant to choose the toilet flushing method, but I think there is no need to tangle here. In fact, the performance of the two flushing methods are very close, and many siphonic toilets are also very strong, so there is no need to set a wastebasket. If you like European brand toilets or don't care about flushing noise, then choose straight flush toilets; if you like silent effect, choose siphonic toilets directly.


Many toilet drainage pipes now have a full range of glazing. Glazing of the sewage drainage pipes can increase the capacity of sewage, making the toilet sewage pipes difficult to hang dirty. However, the glazing of pipes has high technical requirements. Many small manufacturers have not mastered this technology. Even ordinary manufacturers can only blow glaze into the pipes, and large manufacturers will use the dipping technology to make the glaze fully adhere. On the pipeline.


Suggestion: In the past, we would reach into the front end of the sewage pipe, and then touch the inner wall of the sewage pipe to see if it is smooth to determine whether the sewage pipe is glazed. However, this method is still unscientific. If conditions permit, you can let the merchant show the toilet section to see if the deepest part of the sewage pipe is glazed.