How To Choose The Right Toilet Suite
Author: Will GUO Date Posted:16 September 2013
This article introduces some basic principle of a regular toilet suite such as trap type, entry and set out.
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When buying a toilet, you need to be able to answer the following questions:
- Do I need an S-Trap or a P-Trap for my toilet and what is the difference?
- What is the setout of the installation?
- Will I need a rear or side/bottom entry?
S-Trap or P-Trap
Basiclly, an S-trap is designed to outlet directly through the floor.
A P-trap means the waste outlet through a wall.
The setout of S-trap is the distance from the wall to the centre of the waste pipe in the floor. While the setout of P-trap is the distance from the floor to the centre of the waste outlet on the wall.
Entry / inlet
The entry is where the flush water enters the toilet cistern. You may heard of side entry or bottom entry. A bottom entry toilet has a tap on the wall under the cistern, on either the right or left hand side of the toilet, and it connects to the bottom of the cistern. A side entry is the same as bottom entry. A rear entry toilet connects inside the toilet cistern.