The toilet tank is full of water and when you push the lever, it allows the water to flow from the bottom of the tank into the bowl reservoir. This sudden volume of water forces what is in the toilet bowl to push out through the trap, flushing the toilet!
Funny thing, the swirling action goes in one direction above the equator and the opposite direction below the equator!
Toilet flush working on the principle of floatation and bouyancy.Suppose the small flush tank in the toilet has no water in it.The water from the reservoir starts filling the tank from the top through a small hole which is connected a plastic long and end is like a tin (which contains air , so its density is smaller than water).If water rises and touches the plastic substance due to bouyant force (the upward force exerted by the water) and principle of floatation(substance with density less than water floats in water) it will move up with the rise of water and closes the hole up in the toilet tank.Then after no water will come there from reservoir.If push the flush button , the opening at the bottom of the tank opens and water will goes to the closet.Then the plastic tin goes down and the hole in the opening starts open.Then the tank starts refilling.This the working of flush tank.
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