high pressure (HP) and
low pressure (HP)
European and Greek industries offer most sets of sanitary ware with a choice from the consumer between low or high pressure basin.
The toilet bowl is one of the main types of hygiene and is used daily
The shape, dimensions, ergonomics and quality of the material are the basic conditions for the correct choice.The toilets are usually made of glass porcelain, a material that offers hygiene and high resistance to everyday cleaning products.
Their design and quality depends on the know-how of the industry, the raw materials used and the country of origin.In the Greek market there are a variety of models that vary in dimensions and shapes, while each model covers specific needs and requirements.
In general, all types of bath basins could be grouped into two major categories:
European and Greek industries offer most sets of sanitary ware with a choice from the consumer between low or high pressure toilet
Regarding the trends in the market, due to the limited space that applies in the bathroom, the wall-mounted toilet lately it seems to be gaining the preference of many consumers over the classic LP toilet, which together with the porcelain cistern has larger dimensions and needs more space.
High Pressure Toilets (HP)
They are the classic toilets that offer space savings with their dimensions and we find them more in shared W.C. or in bathrooms with limited dimensions.
The specific type of classic HP toilet, is manufactured by certain industries and in special dimensions for the service of infants (children's toilets HP) and the correct and safe organization of
In the market, the classic toilets are available in two types: with back (PS) or lower siphon (KS).
The toilet is placed according to the configuration of the sewer system of the property.
Usually the ground floor baths use KS basins, while the baths located on the first floor use PS basins.
The HP toilets they can, depending on the model, either press on the floor or be mounted and supported correctly and securely on the wall.
The HP toilets accept a variety of cisterns, basically everything on the market (presses, Niagara type, plastic, built-in, DAL).
Low Pressure Toilets (LP)
It is called any toilet that receives a cistern which is adjacent to it. Depending on the model, it can be placed on the floor or supported with special support sets on the wall.
In most cases, an LP toilet consists of two separate pieces of porcelain that give us a compact and complete result.
There are also in the market toilets where toilet and cistern are a single body. Toilets of this type are called monobloc and are rarer than the classic LP toilets.
The manufacturers of sanitary ware make sure that each model of the toilet has its own cistern that follows its line and design.
It is difficult to fit a cistern from one series to a toilet from another series and vice versa.
In the specialized stores of sanitary ware you will see a wide variety of models, each of which has to offer something different.The differences can be in the shape, the dimensions, the placement and the style that each model expresses.
They are divided, like the basins HP, into a rear and a lower siphon.
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