Rudimentary forms of toilets existed as far back as 3000BC. Romans developed the idea of the toilet further by having sewer systems. The first flush toilet may have been invented by John Harrington, but it was not until 1775 that a patent for a flushing toilet was filed. The corner toilet is another advancement in the toilet's history for its angled back means that it can be a perfect toilet for a bathroom pressed for space.
The corner toilet has a full size bowl and and standard sat. The back of the tank is angled into point, or nearly, so it can be pressed back into the corner. The common colour is white. The modest size and the fact that it can be tucked in a corner give you more valuable floor space.
Corner toilets are modest in size. The tank measures 760 mm from the floor while the floor to the top of the rim measures 390 mm. From the widest point from the back of the tank, it measures 360mm. From the point or back of the tank to its front, the corner WC measures 360mm. The angled side measures 272.5mm. From the point at the rear of the toilet's tank to the front of the toilet, it measures 720mm. In the box, the toilet suite weighs 29.84kg. The toilet can be used with an S trap fitting. The finish of the corner toilet consists of three layers of glaze. The flush is modest as well, it has a dual flush of 3 as well as 6 litres.
The corner toilet flushes due to a button which is located on the top of the tank. The finish of the toilet is considered high-gloss. The toilet is made of ceramic. The fittings for this toilet are sold separately. However, the toilet does come with the pan as well as the tank or cistern and the toilet seat. You can install the corner toilet yourself or hire a professional. When you install the toilet, you will see that the toilet is oriented more to the left rather than 90 degrees evenly. The toilet comes with its own guarantee.