Re: Why are commercial toilet seats shaped like the letter "U"
Posted by Gary Tjader on December 29, 2003 at 15:02:35:
In response to Re: Why are commercial toilet seats shaped like the letter "U"
From our Glossary:

OPEN FRONT:
A style of toilet seat rim where there is an open space about three inches wide at the front. Considered more sanitary in commercial applications where constant usage exceeds janitorial sanitation.

Gary

: : We are having a disscusion and wondering why all commerical toilets have the seats shaped like a "U", instead of making a complete loop like a residential seat. Can anyone shed some light on this matter/

: : Thanks.

: Purely for sanitary reasons.
: Deb
: The Pipewench



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