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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...

Important note regarding WaterSense® ('WS') qualified tank-type toilet fixture models: The WaterSense® certification protocol requires toilets to flush at least 350 grams of MaP test media. If a higher MaP score has not been achieved, the toilet model is listed with a score of 350. However, in those cases where a toilet model has achieved a higher score on the full MaP test, the actual score is indicated.