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Replacement Toilet Seat Hinges
- (Toilet Seats) Most toilets do not include a seat. They are available for round or elongated shaped bowls, regular or contoured for more comfortable seating. They also come in many finishes such as wood, molded composition, cushioned vinyl, plastic or polypropylene.
- the hinged seat on a toilet
- Toilet seats are detachable, ringlike seats of plastic hinged to the top of a toilet bowl. They should be cleaned and disinfected daily using proper disinfectant-cleaner to prevent the spread of germs. Some toilet seats have a lid attached and others do not.
- A person or thing that takes the place of another
- substitution: an event in which one thing is substituted for another; "the replacement of lost blood by a transfusion of donor blood"
- the act of furnishing an equivalent person or thing in the place of another; "replacing the star will not be easy"
- refilling: filling again by supplying what has been used up
- The action or process of replacing someone or something
- A natural joint that performs a similar function, for example that of a bivalve shell
- A central point or principle on which everything depends
- (hinge) a joint that holds two parts together so that one can swing relative to the other
- A movable joint or mechanism on which a door, gate, or lid swings as it opens and closes, or that connects linked objects
- (hinge) attach with a hinge
- (hinge) a circumstance upon which subsequent events depend; "his absence is the hinge of our plan"
replacement toilet seat hinges – KOHLER K-4636-0
The Yak-42 was designed as a replacement for several earlier Aeroflot aircraft, including the twin-engined Tupolev Tu-134, An-24 and An-26, and the Il-18, as well as various smaller aircraft serving routes experiencing significant growth, and where airports and runways had been expanded to accommodate a more advanced aircraft. To meet this requirement Yakovlev developed the largest, heaviest, and most powerful aircraft it had ever designed.
To save design time Yakovlev conducted a detailed study of all foreign aircraft in the same category. In addition, an unprecedented amount of research was performed by Yakovlev as well as CAHI and CIAM, as well as other organizations to support the program. A major manufacturing plan was drawn up under which the aircraft was to have parts constructed at Saratov, with final assembly at Smolensk, in reverse of the Yak-40 program.
The project started with a scaled-up Yak-40 with an unswept wing, and seating for 114 passengers in nineteen rows of three plus three.
This design was soon rejected as uncompetitive with western counterparts. In addition, western aircraft were now employing high-bypass turbofan engines, and the decision was made to introduce a similar engine to the new aircraft. As a result, at Zaporozhye Vladimire Lotarev designed a three-shaft engine with a bypass ratio of 5.4/5.6 specifically for the Yak-42. In late 1972 Yakovlev decided to place three of the engines on the aircraft, as had been done with the Yak-40 (he was also influenced by the Boeing 727 and Hawker Siddeley Trident). Lotarev designed the new engine, designated D-36, to deliver 6,500 kg (14,330lb) of thrust.
The full-scale mock-up was revealed to western aviation writers in June 1973. It was essentially a greatly enlarged Yak-40 with 120 seats in twenty rows of three plus three. Compared with the Yak-40 the Yak-42 was roughly four times as heavy, and would require a much larger and better developed runway.
Considerable debate took place over the sweep back of the wings. As a result the first prototype was built with an 11-degree sweep, while the second prototype possessed a 25-degree sweep, that was later changed to 23-degrees before its first flight.
The pressurized fuselage had a circular diameter of 3.8m (149 5/8in). Like the Yak-40 it was of simple ring/stringer construction and was semi-monocoque. Also like the Yak-40 it was designed with an expected lifespan of 30,000 one-hour flights. Unlike the Yak-40 the passenger compartment extended back behind the wing, though the rear fuselage was very similar. Also like the Yak-40, the aft pressure bulkhead incorporated the main cabin door, which led to powered airstairs which hinged down under the tail.
The side engines were attached quite high on the fuselage, with short fan ducts and initially no reversers. Again like the Yak-40, the number 2 (center) was fed by an S-duct. The center engine fairing extended back over the TA-12 APU (auxiliary power unit), which provided compressed air to start the engines and also ground cabin air-conditioning, giving the Yak-42 the same ability to operate independent of airport facilities that the earlier Yak-40 enjoyed. The large fin housed the one-piece rudder. At the top of the fin was the fully-powered tailplane, with a span of 10.8m (35ft 5in). The prototype had a bullet fairing extending from the front of the tailplane, but this was removed from series production. Unlike the Yak-40, the tailplane extended to the forward edge of the fin.
The undercarriage also experienced revision, with the prototype possessing a single large tire on each main unit, while production aircraft incorporated a bogie with four tires similar in size to the nose wheel. The main gear retracted inward, while the nose wheel retracted forward. All wheels were equipped with the latest multi-disc brakes with anti-skid control.
The passenger cabin had an interior diameter of 3.6m (11ft 9 3/4in), while height along the center aisle was 2.03m (6ft 8in). Functional length behind the cockpit was 19.89m (65ft 3in). The fuselage had twenty windows on each side, four housing emergency escapes.
In addition to the rear airstair there was an additional airstair located on the forward left side, and a service door opposite. Allowing for galley and toilets early aircraft were designed for 100 seats. Cargo and baggage holds were located under the floor with doors on the right side, and on series aircraft, six chain conveyors in the forward hold and two in the rear for moving standard containers.
The cockpit seated the two crew members, and included a SAU-42 autopilot, with advanced avionic
Needing to replace your toilet seats?
replacement toilet seat hinges
Ideal for families with young children, the KOHLER Transitions Quiet-Close Toilet Seat combines an adult ring and a child’s ring in one elongated toilet seat, eliminating the need to constantly remove and replace a separate child’s seat. Featuring a hydraulic, slow-closing device, the Transitions Toilet Seat also offers a quick-release hinge for easy removal and cleaning.
Quiet-Close Toilet Seat
At a Glance:
Accommodates both children and adults without having to attach or remove an extra seat
Ergonomically designed for user comfort
Slow-closing hydraulic device ensures child safety and eliminates slamming
Quick-release child toilet seat cleans fast and easy
One-year limited warranty
Made of solid polypropylene for resistance to staining, fading, chipping, and peeling. View larger.
The Quiet-Close child ring has a smaller opening that’s easy for children to use. View larger.
Smart Design Combines Adult and Child Toilet Seat
With one ring for adults and a separate ring for children, the KOHLER Transitions Toilet Seat lets you do away with the additional child’s toilet in your bathroom. It also eliminates the hassle of removing and cleaning a separate child’s seat insert and gives your child the confidence to begin using a regular toilet.
Ergonomically Designed for User Comfort
Designed for an elongated toilet, both the adult ring and the child’s ring are ergonomically contoured for user comfort. Your child will feel safe and secure on the smaller top ring, and adults sit comfortably on the bottom ring.
Quiet-Close Seat Prevents Slamming and Ensures Safety
Protect your child’s fingers and prevent unwanted noise with the KOHLER Transitions Quiet-Close Toilet Seat. A hydraulic slow-closing device ensures a slowly closing adult and child’s ring so you won’t have to worry about loud noises or your child’s safety.
Quick-Release Hinge For Easy Cleaning
For quick cleaning, the KOHLER Transitions Toilet Seat can be removed for easy cleaning of hard-to-reach areas. Simply open the hinge caps to release the seat and pull it forward to remove. When you’re finished cleaning the ring, simply snap it back into place and close the caps.
Durable Components and Easy Installation
Constructed of solid polypropylene, the Transitions Toilet Seat is resistant to staining, fading, chipping, and peeling. It installs quickly and easily with the help of a screwdriver.
The KOHLER K-4732 Transitions Quiet-Close Toilet Seat is backed by a manufacturer’s one-year limited warranty.
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KOHLER K-4732 Transitions Quiet-Close Toilet Seat.
Transitions Quiet-Close Toilet Seats