What Toilet Model is Best?
With all of the different makes and models out on the market, it can be hard to know which toilet to choose. We have made the following independent toilet evaluation studies available to help you make your decision.
Maximum Performance Testing of Popular Toilet Models
This report is an independent study of the performance levels of certain toilets at a particular time. The performance bench mark levels for acceptable solids flushing performance used for this study is 250 grams. The condensed version of the study contains toilets sorted by manufacturer. The data illustrates the maximum loading that each model was able to successfully clear in a single flush at least two of three attempts. Models displayed in blue fail to meet the minimum requirements of 250g per flush.
CMHC - Dual Flush Research Study
CMHC, in partnership with 12 municipalities across Canada, conducted a pilot program to test dual-flush toilet technology in residential, commercial and institutional settings.
CMHC - Independent 6-litre Toilet Testing Program
This report is the results of an independent toilet testing program initiated by the Canadian Water and Wastewater Association, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the Region of Durham, the Region of Halton, the Region of Waterloo and the City of Toronto.
CMHC - Evaluation of Water-Efficient Toilet Technologies to Carry Waste in Drainlines
This report examines the ability of water-efficient toilets to transport waste through drainlines under laboratory conditions.
Testing of Popular Flushometer Valve / Bowl Combinations
This report represents a ‘snap shot’ of the performance levels achieved by certain combinations of flushometers and bowls at a particular time and with particular trim.