Why is the toilet designed with two buttons, a big one and a small one?But it seems that we only use one button at ordinary times. What's the use of the other button? Can we press both buttons together?
1. Analyze the water tank structure
Normally, the toilet's water tank is constructed like this: a float, inlet pipe, drain pipe, drain pipe, plug, and flush button.These constitute the structure of the toilet drainage, thus forming a flushing action.
When we press the flush button after use, we will trigger the release knob. When the water is released to a certain extent, the water plug will block the outlet and stop the outflow.After flushing, the floating ball in the water tank will also follow the water level rise, and then the drainage step.
So what are the two buttons on the top of the toilet for?
Careful friends will notice that these two buttons, one large and one small, respectively represent the function of full water and half water drainage, the small is half water state, so when you press it, you will not drain all the water in the tank, but only discharge half or one-third of it.So the big button is for big flushing, it's a button that's full of water, and when we press it, we can drain all the water out of the tank at once.
And some toilet is ok press two buttons at the same time, the water that will cistern is released completely at the same time, the horsepower of blunt will be bigger, water quantity also can be more.