1. The drain outlet of the bathroom cabinet wall is about 50cm away from the ground. It should not be too high or too low. If it is too high, it will cause drainage difficulties, but if it is too low, it may be blocked by the back panel of the bathroom cabinet. The drainage principle is to use the building. The high and naturally formed water head relies on the siphon rain bucket to forcefully destroy the water flow vortex at the water inlet to realize the separation of gas and water. In this way, the fullness of the inside of the pipeline is improved. At this time, the air inside the pipeline system is discharged, and the state of full pipe flow is completely formed in the drain pipe, and the siphon effect occurs. The installation size of the bathroom cabinet is that the distance between the surface of the cabinet and the ground is 80mm to 85mm. According to the installation method, bathroom cabinets are divided into wall-mounted bathroom cabinets and floor-mounted bathroom cabinets. Floor-mounted bathroom cabinet mirrors need to be installed. The standard size is 800mm~1000mm in length including hanging cabinets, and 450mm~500mm in width.
2. The wall row is generally to change the sewer pipe to the wall, which is very suitable for wall-mounted bathroom cabinets. The toilet wall row refers to the wall row toilet. The water tank of the wall row toilet is installed in the wall, and there is a wall barrier. When flushing, the sound is naturally much smaller, and the wall row toilet is displaced than ordinary toilets. It is much more convenient to move, and it does not affect the space layout of the bathroom. Wall-mounted toilets can be divided into ordinary side-row toilets and wall-mounted toilets in terms of appearance. The design of wall-row toilets can hide unsightly drainage pipes, toilet water tanks, etc. in the wall, making the space refined and concise, and Because the water tank of the wall-row toilet is installed in the wall, with the barrier of the wall, the sound is naturally much smaller when flushing.
3. The indoor drainage system is sewage drainage, reclaimed water drainage, and kitchen wastewater. According to whether there are rainwater pipes inside the building, it can be divided into two types: internal drainage system and external drainage system. There are rainwater pipes inside the building and rainwater buckets on the roof. The dispatch system is the internal drainage system, otherwise it is the external drainage system. The drainage system is a short pipe between the sanitary equipment and the lateral branch pipe connected by the appliance drain pipe. Except for the small-type toilet, it includes the water trap, the lateral branch pipe with a certain slope, the riser pipe, and the main trunk pipe buried in the indoor underground. It is composed of a discharge pipe that is discharged to the outside.