Did you know this is how Toilets are Tested
Finally an answer to a question that has haunted me for years…Ok so it is a little weird, but testing toilet flush performance naturally requires the replication of real-world loads (soybean paste mixture).
Did you know that because of these scientific studies that toilet design improvements have pushed average scores from 350 grams of poop per flush to more than 675 grams per flush.
That’s a whole lotta poop for your dollar…now you know.
Testing toilet flush performance naturally requires the replication of real-world loads. Striving for accuracy, a Texas A&M study evaluated polypropylene balls and Play-Doh sheathed in condoms before settling on a test payload of two Water Wigglers per flush.
In contrast, the Maximum Performance project recommends the use of 350-gram specimens of extruded soybean paste (“specimens that float shall not be used”).
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