The MaP test uses 3/4" x 4" paste wrapped in plastic.
It does not test for bowl rinse,
Defects per 100 units.
Warped bases and non fitting parts.
Or what happens if you don't flush plastic wrapped paste.
In the real world, the Kohler will plug more then the TOTO.
I don't really care what the MaP lab says, I put these things in my home and try them. We have a lot of people using them, not just a lab rat in a white coat that is afraid of getting his white pants dirty.
We get dirty, and we get answers!
But if you like numbers, would you be interested in a 1968 Chevy Nova with a big V-8 Engine?
It's a 350 cubic inch. Wow! That's really big.
Drum brakes on four wheels, and a vinyl bench seat.
The AM radio gets five stations.
Proven to be a false statement.Nothing focuses things better than grams per flush!
To see what we are talking about in waste, this is the old method of testing before they started wrapping the paste.The Kohler continues to have the tight bends that will "trap" stuff going down.
The trapway on the Kohler Class Six Cimarron lays flat, hopefully waste makes it through the tight bend for the flange.
This is where I find the most plugs with the bowl.
Not a good design.
The TOTO Drake II trapway points the waste down the drain.
Drake 800 grams by Veritech Video