Toto is a Japanese company known for producing high quality toilet fixtures. It is widely recognized for its distinctive style, including the “Kissi” series. The company was founded in 1917, and today is the largest bathroom product maker in the world. The company currently operates in nine countries across Asia.
The toto toilet was designed to meet the requirements of consumers who wanted a quick, easy and convenient way to use a toilet. At first, the toto toilet only used water to flush the bowl, but later innovations included additional features such as attaching mirrors, multiple flushing controls and seat height adjustment. The toto brand now encompasses a wide variety of toilet designs, including traditional Japanese styled bathroom vanities, modern contemporary designs, and even single fixture toilets. Toilet models are available in different price ranges, depending on the features provided and the complexity of the installation process. Toto also offers a wide range of accessories to enhance the functionality of the toilets, including specially designed holders for soap dispensers and towel bars.
The toto toilet tank is one of the most common parts of the entire bathroom fixture and the most challenging to install. Its basic structure consists of a one-piece toilet tank with an attached seat and back flush lever. The seat and back flush when the lever is depressed, while the toilet tank holds the dirty water and the seat pull up to wash it.
A basic toto toilet is made up of two-piece base and lid. A one-piece base consists of a round or square block, which is covered by a clear acrylic body with a lip attached. The clear body has the opening for the seat and back flushing system. The two-piece lid includes a tapered transparent window that can be opened to wash behind the toilet.
The installation of a toilet can be a simple or it can be a highly complex procedure, depending on the materials used and the quality of workmanship. In addition to the basic body and lid structures, a toto toilet can also be fitted with a seat. A standard toilet seat measures 12 inches wide and eight inches deep. Some models, however, are available in seat configurations measuring thirteen inches wide and eight inches deep. While the standard seat dimensions give a minimum and maximum size for the toilet to fit into a typical bathroom, more elaborate seat dimensions allow for wider or deeper bathrooms.
Toilet seats are generally sold separately. To ensure a smooth installation and a long life for the Toilet, it is advisable to purchase a toilet seat that fits the exact model of toilet being installed. When ordering a toilet seat, it is important to make sure it is compatible with the same model of toilet being used so as to avoid compatibility problems when the toilet is disassembled later. Some Toilet seats come with additional features like a self-cleaning mechanism, a water-proof seal and even interlock technology. All these additional features are expensive, but they may be worth paying for in the long run as they extend the lifetime and usability of the toilet.