How much water can a toilet hold?
it is around 3 million litres
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Most commonly a stomach can hold up to 1.5 liters of water. But the overall holding capacity of the stomach is about 4 to 4.5 liters(food and water). Hence a stomach can expand to accomodate more. However, this process may cause a problem with respiration and could be unhealthy.
75 gallons. Typical bathtub dimensions 5ft x 2 ft x 1 ft (waterline) = 10 cubic ft = ~75 gallons or 284 liters
The amount of water depends on the size of the thunderstorm, and the concentration of water in the thunderstorm.
Your answer is in the question!. A gallon container will hold a gallon of anything,. including water, air, rocks, lava, peanuts, marbles...etc.. Also, a gallon of water weighs about 8 pounds.
\n \n \n \n a toilet cistern holds 3216 . Most modern toilets will hold about 20 litres, but they are being made smaller all the time due to better flushing designs and the need to conserve water. Toilets can all be adjusted internally on the fill valve to hold less water. The new recommended fl…ush amounts in many countries is 13 or 6.5 litres. (MORE)
It depends on what you used to put the water on the penny and how far your holding the tool in the air away from the penny
Older toilets used from 3 to 6 gallons of water to flush. The new technology, most of which are now mandated by local and state codes use from 1.28 gallons to 1.6 gallons per flush. Additionally there are brands on the market that offer 1 and 2 stage flush options. Stage 1 for liquid waste and uses …the least amount of water stage 2 for solid waste. Thers are still variations on dependibility of these low flush toilets and they vary from brand to brand. (MORE)
It depends on where you live and how old your toilet is. Oldertoilets used as much as five gallons per flush. Newer models canuse as little as 1.5 gallons. About a gallon, 4 or 5 litres, depending on the design of toilet. Enough to keep an African village alive for 3 weeks Low flow use 1.6 gallons. …Older toilets use about 3 gallons. Somereally old ones may get close to 5. A given toilet will varydepending on where the water level is set at and some flappers areadjustable also. about 13 liters of water is anaverage toilet use age (MORE)
Glaciers are large masses of snow, recrystallized ice and rock debris that accumulate in great quantities and begin to flow outwards and downwards under the pressure of their own weight. Glaciers form when yearly snowfall in a region far exceeds the amount of snow and ice that melts in a given summ…er. In this way, massive quantities of material accumulate in relatively small periods of geologic time. The molecules of ice being close together and because of the pressure means it would need a lot of water to make a little ice. (MORE)
depends on the kind of toilet and where you live. today's standard in America is 1.6 gallons. more efficient models will use 1.28 gallons. some even have a dual-flush option, 0.8 gallons for #1 and 1.6 gallons for #2.
Most modern toilets use 13 litres per flush. Many have an option for 6 litres.
the sponge can hold up to about 40 percent of the water from the bowl.
depends what type of toilet u have, newer toilets use less water than older toilets
It depends on the bucket size, but usually a standard size bucket would hold a few litters of water.
Each Cactus holds alot of water the body is made out of %90. So if your using ten cacti you'll have (90x10) which is %900 water out of all of them. .
How much water cactuses hold depends upon the size of the cactus. The total amount can figure quite high. About 90% of the cactus body is devoted to holding and storing water.
the old style toilets use 5 gallons, the newer ones use 1.5 to 2 gallons
A gallon of water holds roughly one gallon. Unless it's frozn water, in which case it expands by about 10% in volume. This question reminds me of the person who called directory assistance and asked for the number to 911.
About 10 gallons. That's a bit much. Usually 3.5 gallons for an older model and 1.6 for newer model.
\nAn older toilet can use approximately 5 gallons, I believe. But now the lower flush toilets use 1.6 gallons.
Kidneys do not hold water. Your kidneys are designed to filter your blood and remove impurities. The resulting product of the filtering process is called urine. The urine is then sent to the bladder via the ureters where it is held until you get the urge to void (pee). The amount a bladder can hold …varies depending on the person and the size of the bladder. Generally, no more than about 1000cc ( the amount of a 32oz big gulp). Holding your urine, whether on purpose or due to a medial condition beyond this amount is unhealthy, and can back up into the kidneys causing a medical condition called hydronephrosis and/or nephritis ( over-distention of the kidneys, kidney infection). (MORE)
A thimble full is the only answer because there are different size thimbles. A bit more: Thimbles do come in different sizes, but to give you an idea of how much they will hold, I measured mine. It's a small one since my hands are small, so it measures 2 cm across the top, 1 cm across the bottom,… and measures 2 cm from top to bottom. I used a syringe to measure the amount of water it holds, which is 2 ml (which is the same as 2 cc's). (MORE)
lol that's a dumb one but heres the answer. go to a nearby grocery store get some adult diapers. pee in it alot of times. then see when it explodes.
It all depends on the plant. You'll know you given your plant enough water when after watering your plant will not suck up any more and a small puddle appears on the soil still after waiting about a minute.
Old style toilets, (many of which are still in use) used up to 22 litres. New toilets are set to 13 litres, many with a 6 litre option.
1- Capillary action / stoppage . 2- Negative / positive pressure . 3- back pressure
The equivalent amount that a Wood-Chuck would chuck if a Wood-Chuck could chuck wood. (one wood = three waters)
They vary in size, but I have one that is a little larger than the average size and it holds around 75 gallons of water.
up to 12 inches of water. . depends on type of soils . some water is held so tight that the roots of plants can not grab the water so that they can photosynthesis............ thanks so much for looking at my answer!!! love you sexy
1000000000000000 kg 1.6 GPF - 5.7 GPF depending on make model and year Tank or flushometer
The ice sheet chat covers 98% of the Antarctic continent holds about 70% of the earth's fresh water.
There are many designs and sizes of toilet bowl, but in general they hold about 3 litres of water.
If the question that you ask refers to freshwater aquariums, then your tank can hold up to 100+ gallons of water, depending on what size you buy. In pet stores they commonly sell 10,15,and 20 gallon tanks for a reasonable price. It will usually say on the tank box the size/volume of the tank that yo…u're planning to purchase. (MORE)
Dual flush toilets usually use 3 and 6 liters of water depending on which way you push the flush handle - 3 liters for a little job and 6 liters for a major event. Single low-flush toilets use either 4.5 liters or 6 liters.
If the toilet works each time on one flush, they use roughly half the water of a standard toilet. You would then use half as much a month on the toilet. They do not always flush completely on the first flush and the toilet is only a part of the water bill.
one inch of rain over one square mile equals 17.4 millions pounds (about 72,000 tons)
Antarctica's fresh water cache is about 70% of all the fresh water on earth -- frozen in its ice sheet that covers 98% of the continent.
There are many different toilets . -Old style toilets used too use up to 20 litres per flush. New toilets in north America are now restricted to 13 or 6.5 litres per flush. many even have the choice,by which button you press.
The amount of water is not important, it depends on the stimulation of the bladder. As the bladder streches it sends signals to the brain which decides whether to void urine or not. In the fit and healthy young this could be up to and over one litre. If there is infection present or if the bladder i…s diseased (e.g. cancer, after stroke) it may tell the brain to void with only small amounts present i.e. 50-100 mls. (MORE)
Please don't tell me you already dropped a deuce in there after you bought it and before you hooked it up to the water supply. :O
There is about four to five gallons wasted if you flush a toilet but I don't believe that it makes a difference if the handle is loose or not. Unless, the toilet is leaking from the handle or somewhere else.
It depends on what type of toilet you have. If you have an older toilet than, it may hold more than a newer toilet holds.
45ml of of water, but blood is thicker and it can hold 55ml of blood
Water pitchers are available in many sizes, so each will hold the amount of water it is made to hold. It could be a quart, pint, half gallon, or a gallon. Some may be even larger, depending on their intended uses.
In the newer design toilets, an effective flush is achieved with about 1.3 gallons of water. That water is not "wasted", it is performing an important service. More water than is necessary to flush the bowl clean would be wasted, yes (older toilets). And that is why they were re-designed.
From all the pictures I have seen, about 5 gallons. But that isjust a estimated number Hope this helped, Answerer
All toilet bowls are simple containers of water, shaped as a U to allow water to remain within and prevent the nasty drain smells from escaping into the room (yuck!) The level of water remaining in the toilet bowl is at exactly the same height as the tip over point at the back of the U. There ar…e two usual reasons why the water level would be lower in the toilet bowl. Firstly because of human interaction (sticking a brush in and agitating the water for example) Secondly due to formation of a vacuum due to incorrect or inadequate venting (this is best left to professionals to assess but essentially means any change in pressure through the drain causes the water to be usually 'sucked' out therefore leaving a low water level in the bowl) (MORE)
The clouds are rain. all the clouds are is water vapor(thats a fancy name for microscopic water) the water is so SMALL in the clouds it is too light to fall. then when it is heavy enough to fall you get rain
The gallbladder doesn't hold water. It holds bile, which itreleases when needed to aid with digestion.
Window screen sifted dry clayey soil in Houston, TX that has been fully water saturated and then allowed to drip until no water will drip out of it, will be approximately 37% water and 63% soil by weight. 1/4" screen sifted dry clayey soil in Houston, TX that has been fully water saturated and th…en allowed to drip until no water will drip out of it, will be approximately 31% water and 69% soil by weight. Note: There are many different types of clay soils, so if accuracy is important to you, then you should test your clay. Answer 1: It has to do with porosity; which in turn has a lot to do with particle size and the way particles pack together. In a sand, the particles are relatively large and rounded in shape. They tend to pack together with a lot of space between them, for water to run through. The larger the particles, the greater the spaces between them (think of a container of marbles). Clay, on the other hand, is composed of tiny particles that are platy, and they tend to stick together, making it difficult for water to pass between them (think of a pile of playing cards, all lying together). (MORE)