Plumbing Professionals / Designers

The choices made by plumbing professionals and designers can have a major impact on water demands and fixture performance.  The flushing performance scores provided by MaP help plumbing professionals and designers maximize water savings while avoiding call-backs, customer complaints, and non-compensated work.  Because the MaP program is voluntary, not all toilets in the marketplace are listed.  Why take a chance – choose only MaP-tested toilet fixtures.

Residential Tank-Type Toilets

To date, over 4,000 residential tank-type toilet models from over 200 brands have been MaP tested.

Over 3,700 of these MaP-tested models are certified by the U.S. EPA WaterSense program, meaning that they flush with 1.28 gallons (4.8 litres) or less and have a MaP score of at least 350 grams.

More than 250 WaterSense-certified models meet the demanding requirements of MaP PREMIUM, i.e., they flush with 1.1 gallons (4 litres) or less and have a MaP score of at least 600 grams.

Base your MaP search on tank-type toilet characteristics:

  • Conventional or ADA bowl
  • Round front or elongated bowl
  • Gravity-fed or pressure assist, or flushometer valve/bowl combination
  • Conventional ultra-low-flush (1.6-gal/6.0-Litre) or high-efficiency (1.28-gal/4.8-Litre) fixture
  • Single flush or dual-flush
  • Floor or wall-mount fixture
  • Floor or wall waste outlet fixture
  • WaterSense® compliant fixtures
  • Children’s/Juvenile’s models

Commercial Flushometer Valve-Bowl Combination Toilets

To date, nearly 600 flushometer valve-bowl combinations have been MaP tested.

Over 400 of these MaP-tested models are High-Efficiency Toilets (HETs) that flush with 1.28 gallons (4.8 litres) or less.

Of the High-Efficiency flushometer valve-bowl toilets, over 80 combinations are rated at a flush volume of 1.1 gallons (4.2 litres) or less and are separately listed.