Sanitary fixture for disposing of bodily waste; it comprises a toilet bowl and a tank.
Seat pierced with a hole; it can be raised or lowered.
Part covering the toilet-bowl opening.
Connector composed of a series of metal links that, when pulled up by the trip lever, opens the tank ball.
Movable device that, when dropping with the water level, opens the valve; when the water level rises again, it shuts the valve.
Mechanism that, when activated by the flush handle, pulls up the lift chain, letting the water flow from the tank into the toilet bowl.
Drainpipe for draining off a fixture’s overflow when the water level reaches a certain level.
Hollowed-out part of the fixture in which water flushes waste out through the trap.
Pipe through which wastewater is discharged and carried to the building sewer.
Gasket inserted between the toilet trap and the waste pipe to prevent water from leaking into the room.
Part of the toilet holding a certain amount of water so that sewage gases cannot escape from the draining circuit.
Device for shutting off the supply of water to the toilet.
cold-water supply line
Pipe carrying water to the toilet.
Watertight seal inserted in the toilet bowl opening to prevent the water from escaping.
valve seat shaft
Watertight device into which the tank ball is inserted to allow the tank to refill.
Plug that, when raised by the lift chain, lets the water in the tank flow into the toilet bowl; it then sinks, allowing the tank to refill.
ball-cock supply valve
Mechanism allowing or stopping the flow of water into the tank; it is activated by the float ball.
Pipe carrying water from the cold-water supply line to the toilet bowl.
Mechanism that one lowers in order to flush out the contents of the toilet; it activates the trip lever.
Pipe carrying water from the cold-water supply line to the toilet tank.