Unlike some other toilet testing organizations, MaP testing protocol and processes are entirely transparent. Our Version 7 test protocol is not “secret” nor does it use test materials (test media) that have no relationship to the “real” demands upon a toilet fixture. MaP tests use soybean paste and toilet paper as a close replicate of the “real world” demand upon a toilet.
TO PURCHASE THE MaP-APPROVED SOYBEAN PASTE (prepared to strict specifications), CONTACT:
Acton, Ontario, Canada
All MaP-qualified laboratories use consistent repeatable methodology to test every toilet to failure. Click here to view the Version 7 MaP Testing Protocol that all MaP-qualified laboratories are required to follow. The Version 7 MaP Testing Protocol, effective on April 1, 2018, incorporates minor changes to bring the test protocol into agreement with ASME/CSA national product standard.
For a library of key information related to MaP Testing, use these links:
Soybean paste mixing and production for use in MaP testing.