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Wall Mounted Toilet Support

Wall Mounted Toilet Weight Limit

Wall hung toilets have become a common system among households and bathrooms in the UK. They bear that name because the toilet bowl hangs off the wall through the support of screws leaving some space under the system for easy cleaning access. However, to increase the weight limit of the system a special tool was made that offers support to users who weigh above its weight limit. That is known as wall-mounted toilet support.

The wall-mounted toilet support is placed underneath the toilet where it aids in redistributing the weight of the user thereby could increase the weight limit to more than 1000 pounds. This wall-mounted toilet support is an easy to install tool which doesn’t take much time.

Wall Mounted Toilet Support

Description of the Wall-mounted Toilet Support


The Wall hung toilet support fits almost all wall-mounted toilets technology providing additional support to the existing carrier. The support leg is made of high impact abs while its foot and carriage are made from a stain and chemical resistant flexible PVC. You can give your floating toilet weight limit extra support by using this tool that provides up to 1000 pounds of support.


The wall-mounted toilet support has an adjustable height cap of 7 ½ in – 14 in for the standard one and 5” – 7.5” for short ones depending on the height of the toilet. This adjustable height braces of the wall hung toilet support fits between the underside of the toilet and the floor perfectly due to its Retrofit technology which also helps spread the weight support around the bowl. This support system is commonly used in restrooms with high-traffic and bathrooms meant for bariatric patients in medical facilities and hospitals.


The support tool maintains the cleaning ability of a wall-mounted fixture. The tool comes with a specially engineered the leg base that can be raised to gain cleaning access to underneath the bowl.  The foot and carriage system forms the contour of the leg. The structure includes support stops to adjust the support height and an adhesive caulk that firmly glues the support stick to the underside of the toilet.


If you’re looking for a tool that would help stop your toilet fixture from breaking and easily fit in with any wall mounted toilet system, then the wall mounted toilet support is your answer. This system requires no tool for its installation so you have no cause to worry.

What Are Toilets Made Of?

What Are Toilets Made Of?

Have you ever considered what toilets are made of?  Most people say its clay, others say it enamel while some mention porcelain. Well, to ensure that your toilet is strong enough to bear the weight of the user, it is made out of a special type of clay called vitreous China or Porcelain and water. Though this is not the only material used in making toilets as a small percentage is made of steel most especially those used in prisons.

What Are Toilets Made Of?

Why are toilets made of porcelain? When the toilet seats are made of different materials such as resins, vinyl plastic, and various types of woods?

Why are Toilets Made of Porcelain?

You might have been wondering what material are toilets made of? Right from the very beginning, toilets have been made of porcelain clay because the material has to carry out several functions. Some of these functions include;

  • Being waterproof
  • Being sturdy
  • Being easy to mold into shape
  • Be clean and easy to clean
  • Not sensitive to temperature change
  • Look good

Apparently, the vitreous China clay ticks all the boxes when it comes to these requirements coupled with the fact that the manufacturing process with porcelain is quite simple. The manufacturing process includes pouring the mixed clay into the mold, let to dry up, then glazed before being sent to a kiln. This is a simple and straightforward process that doesn’t require much expense except for the skill of molding.

Why are Toilets Not Made of Plastic or Steel?

Lots of you may be wondering why toilets are not made from plastic or steel after all these two mineral resources seem to be cheaper options. However, making toilets out of plastic most especially is quite expensive. But there are toilets which are made from steel but they’re mostly used in prisons.

Making products out of plastic requires extrusion or injection molding. That is why making a structure such as a toilet out of plastic is very difficult and can create in users a particular state of mind. The plastic material may not buckle under the weight of the users however users may get a wrong perception due to the use and quality of plastic.

Making a Toilet out of Steel

You may say that steel doesn’t have the same properties as plastic so why isn’t it used to make toilets for everyday use. The answer still lies in the user experience, public perception and characteristics of steel such as:

  • Steel is sensitive to temperature changes and can adapt to the current weather temperature.  
  • Steel won’t give your toilet the rich feeling and look of a clean porcelain finish

These are just a few reasons why steel cannot be used to make a toilet. There are many more reasons that disqualify this material but these are the most important.


Since porcelain is a non–porous, clean material, it helps keep the toilet in sanitary condition and pristine. It also makes the toilet cleaning process easy for users. Furthermore when toilets are made of plastic, there’s every chance of breakage but with vitreous china, the chances of it cracking or having a short life span is very low.