The more the comfort height toilet uses less force?

The more the comfort height toilet uses less force?

June 01, 2020

Many people react that their toilets have less impulse force. Originally flush toilets may now have some dirt left after flushing. You can choose to replace with a new toilet, but this is not affordable for all families. Generally speaking, the low impact of the toilet is caused by the following three reasons.

Comfort height toilet block
Many people think that only a toilet that is completely incapable of draining is considered to be clogged. This is not the case. The pipeline may only be partially blocked. At this time, the toilet seems to be flushing normally, but the intensity of flushing becomes smaller.

Generally, such a lightly clogged toilet is caused by debris such as cigarette butts, hair, grease, etc., which easily hangs on the pipe. You can pour a large amount of leftover food into the toilet, and then add some crumbed A4 paper. After flushing, you can basically block the toilet completely. Then use the toilet clasp for dredging, and use these things to take away the debris hanging on the inner wall of the pipe.

Sealing ring aging
Most current comfort height toilets are siphonic. Its flushing principle is not as we imagined. It directly uses the power of water to wash away dirty things. In the process of flushing, a negative pressure is formed in the pipe, and then the dirt in the toilet is sucked away.

If you want to create a negative pressure in the pipeline, the necessary sealing conditions are indispensable. The most difficult to seal is the place where the bottom of the toilet and the drain pipe are jointed. So the toilet will install a sealing ring at the bottom to increase the sealing effect here.

If the flange ring is aged and hardened, the sealing effect will be poor. But as long as its surface is not damaged, it can still form negative pressure. It's just that the negative pressure at this time will be much less pressure-it seems that the intensity of the flushing becomes less.

Water damage
Open the water tank cover behind the toilet, and you can see there are a lot of blue and white things inside, made of plastic and rubber, collectively called "water pieces". After removing the water piece, you can still see a drain below. Normally this drain is blocked by a plug in the water piece. After pressing the flush button, the plug will be pulled up and then drained. But if the device that pulls up the plug is damaged-it can be pulled up, but not as high as it used to be-the rate at which the water tank drains outward will also decrease.

Whether it is a siphonic toilet or an inline toilet, a large amount of water needs to be quickly discharged from the water tank to ensure the impulse. If the water tank drains slowly, it will definitely reduce the toilet's impulse. At this time, you can buy a set of water for yourself.