Separate toilet: a toilet in which the water tank and the toilet are divided into two parts.
One-piece toilet: a toilet in which the water tank and the toilet body are integrally formed.
Features: One-piece toilets require higher production technology, and the price is slightly higher than that of the same type of split toilets. The two types of toilets have no difference in use effect except for different styles.
Rear sewage toilet: a toilet with a sewage outlet connected to the reserved sewage outlet on the wall behind the toilet. The rear sewage toilet is divided into two sizes, high position and low position according to the height of the sewage outlet from the ground. Has been eliminated.
Lower sewage toilet: a toilet with a sewage outlet under the toilet body and connected to a reserved sewage outlet on the ground. According to the wall distance, the bottom drain toilet has two sizes: 350mm and 450mm.
Flushing toilet: There are flushing ports along the body of the toilet, and the sewage is discharged mainly by the water pressure during flushing. The discharge speed is fast but the noise is slightly louder when the sewage is discharged.
Siphon toilet: There is a circle of flushing ports evenly distributed along the toilet body. When flushing, the water is mainly used to form a whirlpool and use the negative pressure of the water to drain the dirt. Jet siphon toilet: on the basis of the siphon, there is a separate flushing port in the toilet body to enhance the effect of sewage discharge, and the effect of silence is good.