Most toilets sold today flush with 1.28 gallons (4.8L) or less and yet easily out-perform and out-flush older 1.6 and 3.5 gallon models. Mandating a maximum flush volume of 1.28 gallons would not impact consumer satisfaction but could save hundreds of millions of gallons of water every day.
MaP-Testing has just implemented a quick and easy compare functionality. This new feature allows you to compare up to 4 products at a time.
In addition, upgraded sort functionality allows for sorting toilet models by manufacturer, model number, MaP score, bowl design, single/dual flush, and other physical attributes.
New Flushometer Combinations
Specifiers and design professionals: MaP now provides updated and expanded lists of MaP-tested flushometer valve/bowl toilet combinations. Over 500 tested combinations rated at:
199 MaP PREMIUM Tank Type Toilets From 35 Brands
Updated PREMIUM listings include:
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Maximum Performance (MaP) testing identifies how well different toilet models are able to flush waste and then lists the ranking of each model on the www.map-testing.com website. MaP testing is done using a realistic test media made of soybean paste having similar physical properties to human waste (e.g., density, moisture content) plus toilet paper. Using realistic test media allows manufacturers to develop the high-performance, low water-use toilet models that consumers and building owners want.