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What does LPF stand for on a toilet?
Last Updated: 1st June, 2020
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Also know, what does GPF and LPF mean on toilets?
Toilet Technology and Water Use: Recent toilet technology has allowed toilets to use less water than ever. That term that keeps popping up in toilet descriptions, gpf, stands for gallons of water per flush, and is a measure to help identify water usage.
Furthermore, how do I know which toilet to buy? Always buy a toilet with the correct rough-in.
- To determine the size of your toilet rough-in, measure from the wall behind the toilet to the bolt caps of your current toilet.
- Most toilets are available in a 12-inch rough-in, which is the standard distance, but a 10- or 14-inch rough-in may be needed in some homes.
Hereof, what toilet is best for not clogging?
Here are the best no-clog toilets of 2020:
- Toto MS854114SL#01 Ultramax ADA Toilet.
- American Standard 2034314.020 Right Height toilet – 1050.
- Toto CST744SG#01 Drake Two-Piece Toilet.
- WoodBridge T-0001 Dual Flush Toilet.
- Toto MS814224CEFG#01 Promenade II Universal Height Toilet.
How do I know if my toilet is low flow?
Put down the seat and check for a flush volume stamp between the seat and tank. If the stamp reads “1.6 gpf / 6.0 lpf“ your toilet is a low-flow model. Take off the lid and check for a flush volume stamp or a date stamp inside the tank. The stamp may be on the walls of the tank or on the lid itself.