Analysis and introduction of the characteristics of the integrated bathroom
Advantages of one bathroom
1. Eliminate leakage?
One-piece waterproof chassis, patented waterproof reverse edge and water slope planning, no leakage risk;
2. The structure is robust and reliable?
Separate and independent from the built frame, complete good load-bearing support;
3. Turn zero into a whole trinity
One-piece toilet, using aviation material-SMC as the main structural material, integrated planning and standardized production by precision numerical control equipment, is an organic integration of the three functions of bathing, washing, toileting and supporting facilities such as water supply system, drainage system and circuit system The whole solution
4. No need to do waterproof treatment
It has a slope of flowing water, and the actual device can be irradiated to adjust the level, without waterproofing;
5. Simple installation
Because it is a whole structure, the chassis is directly fixed on the base layer on site;
6. Shorten the construction period
The construction is not affected by the season, compared with wet work, the construction period is greatly shortened;
These advantages can foresee the future development of the integrated bathroom. Now in Japan, more than 90% of hotels and 70% of residences use integrated toilets.
Disadvantages of one bathroom
1. The integrated bathroom has so many advantages, but the same, compared with the traditional bathroom, it also has certain disadvantages. Firstly, the occupied area of the integrated bathroom is more than that of the general bathroom decoration, so for the general small-sized family, it will be obvious to make this integrated bathroom.
Space is tight. One toilet is now suitable for hotels, hospital wards, student apartments, etc. Not yet widespread in ordinary families
2. There are many types of integrated toilet products, and it is necessary to establish a clear division of labor to ensure that the products are delivered on time;
3. The price is expensive. Many supporting products require other companies to OEM, and the consumption is not high and cannot constitute planning benefits. In addition, the cost of product planning, logistics and distribution and other costs will increase, and the price of integrated toilets is also difficult to popularize.