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Most Popular Sloan Valve Products

Sensor Flushometers
Manual Flushometers
Retrofit Kits

Sensor Faucets
Sensor Soap Dispensers
Sensor Sinks
Sensor Hand Dryers
Soap Dispensers

Sanitary Products

Sensor Operated Flushometers:

Manual Operated Flushometers:

Sensor Operated Faucets:

High Quality Sloan Sinks:

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Sloan Flushometer Valve Repair Parts:

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "What's the difference between a 'flush' valve and a 'flushometer' valve?"
A. A flushometer is a metering valve for water closets (aka: toilets) and urinals. A flush valve is a component in a tank toilet.

Q. "Is there anything to be aware of when using high volume flush valves on low consumption china?"
A. Yes, be careful when using high volume flush valves on low consumption china. The higher pressure and shear volume may vent thru the vacuum breaker assembly. If so, then use the V651 vacuum breaker repair instead of the V551 vacuum breaker repair kit. When using the shut-off valve screw as a throttle, you also upset the balance of the valve and its self-cleaning feature. The rubber bumper on the bak-chek stop will also wear much faster as it is spring loaded and you will be forcing it closer to the seat, then throttling the valve. Flush valves that are throttled, require more conditioning and attention, because they often foul more frequently. The opposite would also apply when using a 1.6 gpf on a 3.5 gallon flush toilet.

Q. "What is 'Chloramine'?"
A. Chloramine is commonly used in low concentrations as a disinfectant in municipal water systems as an alternative to chlorination.

Q. "Do you sell the Sloan Flushmate tank/valve combination?"
A. We have never sold or recommended the Sloan Flushmate tank/valve combination nor do we sell parts for them.

Q. "How does a Sloan valve operate?"
A. A Sloan valve works by equalizing pressure in the chambers over and under the diaphragm. Basically, the water will run until the top chamber is filled. This is the 'flow timing;' you can adjust the timing with a 'flow-ring.' A flow-ring is the plastic ring directly under the diaphragm. Sloan and Zurn both make flow rings in 1.0, 1.6, 3.5 and 4.5 gallons per flush designations.

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