John Koeller
Principal
Koeller & Company
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Gauley Associates, LTD.
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Toilet Fixture Criteria/Ratings

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    MaP Score: The weight in grams of the maximum amount of waste that can be fully evacuated from the toilet in a single flush (including toilet paper) (Note: 1 pound = 450 grams)

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    MaP PREMIUM toilets are certified to the highest level of performance and efficiency. PREMIUM toilets are WaterSense-certified, flush at least 600 grams (21 ounces) of solid waste in a single flush, and use only 4 litres (1.06 gallons) of water to do the 'job'!! These are the best of the WaterSense toilets.

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    WaterSense-certified: Certified by an independent laboratory as meeting certain stringent flush performance requirements, including at least a 350 gram MaP score. Average flush cannot exceed 1.28 gallons . 4.8 litres of water. Only high-efficiency toilets (HETs) may be WaterSense-certified.

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    Single-Flush HET: High-efficiency toilet flushes at 1.28 gallons . 4.8 Litres or less. One flush option.

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    Dual-Flush HET: High-efficiency toilet with average flush volume of 1.28 gallons . 4.8 Litres or less. Two flush options: "reduced flush" of 0.8 to 1.1 gallons (3.0 to 4.0 Litres), "full" flush of no more than 1.6 gallons . 6.0 Litres

Fixture Features

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    Floor mounted: Toilet fixture is affixed to the floor. No weight bears on the wall.

    Wall mounted: Entire fixture is affixed to the wall and the entire weight of bowl and tank is borne by a carrier structure in the wall.

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    1-piece . 2-piece: 1-piece toilets house the tank and the bowl in a single piece of chinaware; usually more expensive than equivalent 2-piece fixtures with separate bowl and tank

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    Bowl shape: Round front bowls for older dwellings and smaller bathroom spaces; elongated bowls for better hygiene and larger bathrooms. Commercial installations require elongated.

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    ADA (elevated) bowl height: The U.S. Americans with Disabilities Act (http://www.ada.gov/) provisions for bowls sets the height at 17-19 inches (430-485 mm). For MaP searches, the threshold has been set at 16 inches (400 mm) and above. Note: bowl height of conventional toilets is about 15 inches (380 mm).

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    Gravity Fed: Fixtures that only use gravity (weight of water in the tank) as the source of energy for flushing.

    Pressure Assist: Fixtures that use the potential energy in the building.s pressurized water line to compress air within a containment vessel inside the toilet tank. Compressed air behind the water provides a more vigorous flushing action than gravity fed.

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    Rear outlet: Building.s waste outlet is in the wall rather than the floor. Rear outlet toilets may either be floor or wall mounted.

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IMPORTANT NOTE...

Some fixtures listed in these reports are designated as 'NM' in the MaP Flush Performance Score column (for NOT MEASURED). All 'NM' fixtures are WaterSense certified ONLY to the maximum 350 grams (approx 12 oz.) of waste removal and have NOT BEEN INDEPENDENTLY TESTED in accordance with the MaP procedures currently in place. Therefore, there is NO ASSURANCE that these fixtures will perform at levels above 350 grams of waste removal.