where one toilet is draining to its own unshared line, the line can be 3" but once both toilets are draining to the same line, it needs to be 4". in other words, from the first toilet to the second toilet can be 3" but past the second toilet needs to be 4". there needs to be a vent downstream of the second toilet in the direction of flow if there is another fixture of any kind downstream of the two toilets.
The toilet is 3 or 4 inch and the shower is 1 1/2 or 2 inch. You could reduce the toilet to 2 inch, but it would never flush correctly or be of much use. The current toilet drain has no trap in that section because one isn't needed. The toilet itself is the trap. If you are using existing waste lines, they should already be connected to the vent stack. If you are adding lines, connecting to the existing stack is fine as long as it is above the last drain.
Check the vent pipe
Yes, you would indeed need a permit to install another toilet. They are easy to get.
If you reduce the soil connection to 2" and install a trap
All you have to do is add a "Y" pipe or Call a plumber
Patwa is another word for toilet
Yes, this does work rather well, however, you need to ensure that the water is very hot before adding oxyclean to the toilet. I generally pre-warm the toilet bowl slowly by adding several buckets of hot water to the bowl over about a 15 minute time period.
Yes... is the short answer. The toilet has a trap in itself. You would have to be able to break out the floor and put a P trap in the existing line
You need at least a 3 in. pipe -- shower is 2 in. pipe
Would be a tight squeeze but it should be sufficient, the standard cubicle width is 900mm but that's only 189mm larger, shouldn't be a problem
You replace the toilet as a whole item. You cannot take a tank from one type and put it on another.
By baking it in the oven, then boiling it, finally by adding toilet water. Toilet water texture and chemicals helps it to preventing thickness. Finally just spitting on it and selling it.
loo, bog, crapper
Bathroom, restroom, toilet.
The Kaboom cleaning system is unscented, and sits between your toilet and the water supply, adding chemicals to reduce buildup.
You may also consider a "ADA Toilet Spacer" which will give you the flexibility to use your existing equipment, but there are several companies that offer you a new toilet, if you wish. The major companies... i.e. Kohler, American Standard, Crane, Acorn etc. all have 18".
There may not be a trap in the line on the toilet drain. The stool acts as the trap keeping sewer gas from coming up. If there is access to the drain from below then a trap could be installed.
A metaphor for vacuole would be a toilet because it stores "food", waste, another materials such as toilet paper.