Re: Smallest toilet available/wall water proofing.
Posted by Hank on December 15, 19100 at 12:05:23:
In response to Re: Smallest toilet available/wall water proofing.
ARRRRGH. Stupid smart software deleted the spaces:

: If we put in the Eljer triangular, in the corner, we would meet those requirements, measured out straight in front and straight to the sides, from the rough-in hole. BUT, we don't yet know if this set of measurements also assumes it's claiming a rectangular piece of floor.

:.....................................................................=..|
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:.............this.is.the.bathtub...........................=..|
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:..=.=============================|
:.this.is.the.available.floorspace.........^ ...........|
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:.............................................24".....20"..........|
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:.....................................................toilet...........|
:..............................................15"../................|
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: Eljer triangular would fit IF measurement is
: 24" along the long axis of the bowl, free space,
: but --- anyone know how it's calculated? Is
: this up to the individual inspector?




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