All Restrooms Stay Cleaner with a Sensor Flush Valve

In the world of bathrooms, there are very few favorable things that you can say about them. They are small areas, with very little decoration. Many do not even have a window to let in natural lighting. They are purely rooms that serve a purpose, and let’s face it, the purpose isn’t something pleasant that we want to discuss. They are dirty rooms. Even the cleanest bathroom is a little dirty because germs are abundant in them. The good news though is that all restrooms stay cleaner with a sensor flush valve installed on the toilets and urinals.

What is a Sensor Flush Valve?

A flush valve is what allows a person to flush their toilet. It is a thing that, when you push down on the flush handle, opens up inside the tank so that fresh water flows into the bowl and waste water flows out. Without this, we would all be using outhouses to keep the odor from entering our home. If you have a sensor flush valve, a person does not have to put their hands on the flush handle. They simply have to stand up or walk away from the toilet and the sensor will trigger the flush valve. This allows the waste to go away.

Are They Effective?

Most automatic flush valves that use a sensor are designed with water efficiency in mind. Some flush valves allow toilets to flush away waste using as little as 1.10 litres per flush or may even use less water than that. They are also usable on urinals in the men’s room or toilets in the women’s. They are not easily vandalized by people, are very user-friendly and work great in most bathrooms, and allow you to adjust the water flow so that wasted water is never a concern. In the event that you are installing it in a darker stall, you should be aware that most all sensor flush valves have a backup button for you to push if it does not work automatically, the way that it is supposed to flush.

Other Features

These sensors are ideal for most all bathrooms. They will usually flush out within 5 seconds to ensure that those who are using it can get away from the potential splash before it happens. This further ensures that not only will your toilets and urinals stay clean, but so will the people as well.

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