For the time being there are different kinds of Sanitary Fixtures, if you want your Sanitary Fixture to be a luxury experience, there is certainly a lot to think about. They should be durable وit must install correctly. Filled trap is to be provided for each fixture.
Common Sanitary fixtures diameters are given below:
- Water Closet
- Floor Drains or Floor Gullies
Washbasins are usually made of Vitreous china clay, fire clay, sheet steel.
It can be fitted either to the wall, floor, tabletop, or the corner of walls.
Different size of washbasins is available in the market.
In the case of tabletop washbasins, the gaps between the washbasin and the surrounding to be sealed completely, to prevent the seepage of wastewater.
For each washbasin one floor drains are to be provided for cleaning the floor water, as far as possible, wash- basin is to be placed near the entrance of toilet.
The height of washbasin above the finished floor is considered 76 -80 -82 cm.
Minimum place required for proper usage of washbasin is 90×90 cm.
Water closet are used to collect and convey the human waste in hygienic manner.
The water closet must produce less noise while flushing.
Wash down type is widely used. Because the force of water flush removes the content of pan.
According to the usage water closet is divided in two part.
- Squatting type
- Pedestal type
also called Indian or Turkish type, it consists a floor level bowel.
The steps are slightly raised from the finished floor level.
The floor of the room is sloped by 2% toward the pan for proper drainage.
It must have fitted like that no separate floor drains must be needed.
The pedestal type fitted either in the wall or the floor.
The pedestal type which fitted in the floor, it provides with a seat.
The wall hanging water closet type is fixed through to load bearing wall with bolts and nuts.
Open front seat is recommended in public places, because it produce less fouled than ring type.
The capacity flush cistern has 5 – 15 liters of water, and the re – filling time of cistern is not more 2 minute.
As far as possible water closet is to be fixed away from the entrance of toilet.
In any case the water closet should not be placed near the bathtub. Handrails to be provided in the hospitals for assisting sick people.
Minimum space is required 90×120 cm for proper usage.
Shower is more hygienic and economical in usage of water. The shower room is to be well ventilated to reduce
the condensation. A minimum space of 90 × 120 cm is to be provided for shower room.
The shower room is to be sloped 2% toward the drain.
Types of shower
Digital showers offer an unbeatable combination of state of the art technology, stylish choices, freedom and ease of installation. They offer you a simple and innovative new way to fit and enjoy Britain’s best loved shower.
An electric shower is often the go-to shower for households where the boiler or the storage cylinder’s hot water is in short supply. This is because electric showers have an internal heating element and can therefore take their water from the cold-water supply and warm it up as you shower.
Because the electric shower unit is separate from your usual hot water system, they can be used in any home, regardless of plumbing system. This also means that if you go electric, you could still have a hot shower if the worst happens and you run out of hot water or your boiler breaks. An electric shower can also be installed relatively inexpensively in areas of the house that might be difficult to reach with the existing hot water plumbing system.
Mixer showers draw from both hot and cold water supplies and usually deliver higher flow rates.
A power shower usually combines water from both your hot and cold water supplies to create the desired temperature and they are usually thermostatically controlled for safety. A power shower is normally installed on gravity fed, low-pressure water systems, with plenty of hot water available in the hot water storage cylinder. They usually incorporate a pump inside a box on the wall, which boosts the water flow, and pressure and allows a stronger more pleasurable thermostatically controlled shower.
Eco showers feature a factory fitted flow regulator, with a focus on water efficiency.
sinks are made of stainless steel and fire clay, Stainless steel sinks are more common for usage.
It can be fitted in two type, on the cantilever or inserted in a table top.
Sinks may be single or double drains and bowls.
Different sizes of sinks are available in market.
100cm × 60cm
120cm × 60cm
160cm × 60cm
180cm × 60cm
240cm × 60cm
Different varieties of bathtub are available in the market.
- Length of bathtub varies from 145 cm – 185 cm.
- Width of bathtub varies from 70 cm – 72.5 cm.
- Height of bathtub is usually between 48cm – 54cm from the floor.
Bathtub is having a flat bottom with sloping toward the outlet.
Water trap pipe and discharge pipe are 40mm diameter. The gap between the bathtub and surrounding wall must be sealed perfectly, to prevent the seepage of wastewater.
Two numbers of chrome plated pillars type taps are to be provided, one for cold water and one for hot water.
Spray type showerhead connected to flexible pipe is also sometimes provided.
Bidet is used for washing perineal and foot, it is commonly in Muslims countries.
Water is supplied through and ascending spray.
Two types of bidet are available, over rim water feed and submersible water feed.
Both of them can be fitted either with a pedestal or fitted in the wall.
Urinal is sanitary plumbing fixture for urination only. Urinals are usually used in a standing position, and are popular with male users. Urinals can be manual or automatic flushing or without flushing water because of waterless.
It can be fit in a single sanitary fixture, with or without privacy walls, or in a through design without privacy walls.
Where the Urinal install?
The urinal may apply to a small building or structure containing such fixture.
It can also refer to small container in which the urine can be collected for medical tests.
Where access to toilet facilities is not possible, such as in aircraft.