How much water can a toilet hold?
it is around 3 million litres
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\n \n \n \n a toilet cistern holds 3216 . Most modern toilets will hold about 20 litres, but they are being made smaller all the time due to better flushing designs and the need to conserve water. Toilets can all be adjusted internally on the fill valve to hold less water. The new recommended flush amounts in many countries is 13 or 6.5 litres.
It depends on where you live and how old your toilet is. Oldertoilets used as much as five gallons per flush. Newer models canuse as little as 1.5 gallons. About a gallon, 4 or 5 litres, depending on the design of toilet. Enough to keep an African village alive for 3 weeks Low flow use 1.6 gallons. Older toilets use about 3 gallons. Somereally old ones may get close to 5. A given toilet will varydepending on where the water level is set at and some flappers areadjustable also. about 13 liters of water is anaverage toilet use age
It takes 5-7 gallons of water per flush
4 liters every time i think
depends on the kind of toilet and where you live. today's standard in America is 1.6 gallons. more efficient models will use 1.28 gallons. some even have a dual-flush option, 0.8 gallons for #1 and 1.6 gallons for #2.
25% of A households water usage is used flushing the toilet.
1.6 - 3.5 gallons of water.
the old style toilets use 5 gallons, the newer ones use 1.5 to 2 gallons
Modern toilets flush with either 13 or 6 litres
About 10 gallons. That's a bit much. Usually 3.5 gallons for an older model and 1.6 for newer model.
\nAn older toilet can use approximately 5 gallons, I believe. But now the lower flush toilets use 1.6 gallons.
1- Capillary action / stoppage . 2- Negative / positive pressure . 3- back pressure
There are many designs and sizes of toilet bowl, but in general they hold about 3 litres of water.
There are many different toilets . -Old style toilets used too use up to 20 litres per flush. New toilets in north America are now restricted to 13 or 6.5 litres per flush. many even have the choice,by which button you press.
Please don't tell me you already dropped a deuce in there after you bought it and before you hooked it up to the water supply. :O
About 3 litres.
It depends on what type of toilet you have. If you have an older toilet than, it may hold more than a newer toilet holds.
About 10 litres
Toilet water has at least 2 very different meanings. Eau deToilette (toilet water) is a perfume. It may be held in a perfumebottle or atomizer (sprayer). Water that is flushed from an actualtoilet may be held in a septic tank or a cesspool.