When did Joseph Bramah invent the flusing toilet?
Joseph Bramah invented the flushing toilet or so called at the time water closet in 1778.
SO he could have a place to crap
Thomas Crapper was not the inventor of the flush toilet - this is a misconception. However, he did invent the ball cock that is used in the cistern, and lodged a patent for it along with many other patents for other inventions - but the flush toilet was not among them! There has been many people listed as inventing the flush toliet such as Thomas Crapper, J.F. Brondel ,and Joseph Bramah.
Joseph Gayetty is credited with creating the modern toilet paper in 1857.
To stop bacteria
Joseph Coyetty invented the toilet paper. Source: My Psychology Textbook.
He is credited to have invented toilet paper in 1857. The answer that i just changed was love and that person is stupid and second the question should be What did Joseph Gayetty invent?
He invented toilet paper...it was produced in China 1857.
I believe it was Thomas Krapper The flushing toilet was invented by John Harrington in 1596. Joseph Bramah of Yorkshire patented the first practical water closet in England in 1778. Edward Jennings in 1852 also took out a patent for the flush-out toilet.
take a bucket full of water and use it for flushing then call a plumber for more help
He invented toilet paper. It was the only brand from 1857 to 1890.
Joseph Gayetty didn't invent Toilet paper. He just took what others had developed and tried to modernize it. It was first 'created' back in the 14th century in China.
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He didn't invent the toilet. Sir John Harrington invented the toilet in 1596.
Galileo did invent a toilet but most people think that he didn't.
Thomas Elkins did not invent the toilet. He did patent a complex device that included a toilet, among many other functions.
No, the Romans did not invent the toilet. The first toilets were chamber pots and every ancient society had them. However, the Romans did improve them by inventing their version of a flush toilet.
hydrolic press is a machine that utilizes lifting or pressing through the use of air pressure combining with liquid to apply very large amounts of lifting or pressing capability. The input of energy to result is what is specific. A hydraulic press is a hydraulic mechanism for applying a large lifting or compressive force. It is the hydraulic equivalent of a mechanical lever, and is also known as a Bramah press after the inventor, Joseph… Read More
Contrary to popular belief Crapper did not invent the the flushing toilet. He did, however, do much to increase the popularity of the toilet, and developed some important related inventions, such as the the ballcock.
in 2030 . i will invent. i will invent in toilet
Thomas Elkins did not invent the toilet. His did patent an improvement to the toilet. His improved toiletwas a combination bureau, mirror, book-rack, washstand, table, easy chair, and chamber stool.
Take the lid off of the back of the toilet and there will be a hole with water draing out. Above the hole there will be a plug that is attached to the flusing handle on the outside of the tank. Push the plug down into the hole (don't worry its clean water) and it should seal the hole and no more water will come out.
He didn't it was Thomas Crapper who invented the toilet
The first people to use and invent toilet paper were the Chinese.
Einstein invented the toilet
No Jesus did
he didn't invent it anywhere..... well, he did but it doesn't really matter where... o.o
Disposible Toilet Paper
He invent the Flush toilet And the Ball-cock
Cuz his name is crapper!!
Joseph Gayetty invented toilet paper in 1857
Joseph Gayetti is the inventor of commercial toilet paper. It was the first and remained only one of the few commercial toilet papers from 1857 to 1890.
The man who invented the toilet--John Harrington--was an English nobleman. The infamous Thomas Crapper didn't invent the toilet, but he DID invent, among other plumbing products, the drain trap--a more important product than the toilet, as it made plumbing safe to have in your home. The trap keeps poisonous sewer gas from entering your house.
Thomas Twyford invented a single piece, ceramic flush toilet, as well was the famous Thomas Crapper toilet. Twyford was Caucasian.
He did'nt, it was Thomas C Crapper.
No, the Romans had water-cleansed toilets.
Because he needed to use the bathroom.
Joseph Pramak the man who invented the hydraulic press and the flushing toilet
Thomas Crapper did not invent the flush toilet, at the time he was just an extremely successful plumber. He had nothing to do at all with the invention .. and the toilet wasnt even invented at the time, it was called the water closet at the time and that was invented by Sir John Harrington. checkk yaaa resourcesss ..
They were the first to: Use bronze Invent a wheeled vehicle Invent the compass Have a calendar Have a real working toilet
Joseph Gayetty in 1857
john l crapper hense the nicknames - the john, the crapper,
The toilet seat has been around so long no one can claim to be the original inventor. However, a black man, Johnny Henry of Laurel, Mississippi recently patented a vibrating toilet seat.
Very probable in New York. Joseph Gayetty is considered the inventor of the toilet paper in 1857.
yes he did. If you're talking about a African American Inventor, then he's your man!
There is really no reason why he did he just invented it and it cant get any better then that