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The Green Plumber talks MaP Testing with John Koeller

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Join your host John Smith as he talks Map testing with John Koeller.

Ok, what is MaP testing you ask?

The Maximum Performance (MaP) testing project was developed in 2003 in order to identify how well popular toilet models perform using a realistic test media. The testing protocol, cooperatively developed by water-efficiency and plumbing fixture specialists in the U.S. and Canada, incorporated the use of soybean paste as a test media, closely replicating the "real world demand" upon fixtures. 

Now, in laymen terms.....

DOES MY TOLIET FLUSH PROPERLY OR NOT!

John will explain the process of testing toliets though the use of MaP testing and it's necessity.

John Koeller says "MaP testing for toilets was developed in 2003 because we believe that toilets should flush waste - not water!"

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