Will the Bio Bidet BB 2000 Fit My Toilet?
Congratulations on your decision to purchase a Bio Bidet BB 2000. It’s a choice you’ll be happy with for years to come. From now on, problems like toilet paper shortages will never affect you. Plus, you will love the premium, ultra clean feeling your Bio Bidet BB 2000 provides.
Now that you know the bidet model you want, you are probably wondering: will the Bio Bidet BB 2000 fit my toilet? Bio Bidet seats and attachments fit the majority of toilets, though there are some exceptions, as you will see below.
One Piece Toilet & French Curves
If you have a one-piece toilet with a French curve, the Bio Bidet BB 2000 will probably not fit your toilet. One-piece toilets with a French curve tend to be incompatible with almost all bidets because of the limited space between the seat mounting holes and the water tank. What is a one-piece toilet and what is a French curve? A one-piece toilet, or single piece toilet, is where the tank and bowl are fused together with no joints. Meaning, your toilet and tank are one seamless piece.
To be clear, one-piece toilets themselves are not a problem. It’s a one-piece toilet with a French curve that causes the issue. A French curve describes the front of the water tank. French curve tanks have a concave shape. This design, though aesthetically pleasing, makes it difficult for the hardware on the back of a bidet to fit.
Assuming you do not have a one-piece toilet with a French curve, your next step is to double check the bidet hardware will fit on the rear of your toilet.
Do that by locating the mounting holes – which are the holes where your current toilet seat attaches to the bowl. Measure the distance from those holes to the front of the water tank. If you have at least 1.75 inches from the holes to the tank - all the way across the back of the toilet - then the BB 2000 hardware will fit your toilet seat.
How to Install a Bidet Toilet Seat
Round or Elongated
Now it’s time to select either a round or elongated Bio Bidet BB 2000. You must choose the one that corresponds to your toilet. If you’re not sure if you have a round or elongated bowl, start by eyeballing it. A round seat is closer to the shape of a circle, and an elongated seat is closer to the shape of an oval. You should do more than eyeball it, though. Measuring is the safest bet. Round bowls are typically 16 or 16.5 inches – from the mounting holes to the front of the bowl; elongated bowls are typically 18 or 18.5 inches from the mounting holes to the front of the bowl. There are some in-between sizes, so if you happen to have one of those bowls, or an irregular shape or design, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional help.
In summary, as long as you don’t have a one-piece toilet with a French curve tank, the Bio Bidet BB 2000 will likely fit your toilet. However, before you make your purchase, double check that the hardware will fit on the rear of your toilet by viewing or bidet fitting guide, and make sure you select round or elongated depending on the corresponding size of your toilet bowl.