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Performance Kit 1.0 GPF, Urinals


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  • Item # 2XJ95
  • Mfr. Model # A1107A
  • UNSPSC # 30181506
  • Catalog Page # 3851
  • Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemPerformance Kit 1.0 GPF
  • IncludesDual Filtered Diaphragm Assembly, Handle Repair Kit With Triple Seal Packing, High Back Pressure Vacuum Breaker Repair Kit, Tailpiece O-Ring
  • TypeUrinal
  • Size1.0
  • For Use WithRoyal and Regal Flush Valves
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    We have a hauled water system with municipal water. About once every 3 to 4 months the flush valve sticks on and if no one notices it all of our goes down the drain.

    When I disassemble the flush valve, all the plastic parts have a grity coating. It washes clean and I can adjust it to operate satisfactory. Will the dual filtered diapragm work better in this application? How much line pressure is needed to make it function correct?
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    Yes a dual filtered diaphragm assembly would work better is that type of application. Sloan’s flush meters are designed to operate with 10 to 100 psi of water pressure. The minimum pressure required to the valve is determined by the type of fixture selected. Consult fixture manufacturer for minimum pressure requirements. Most Low Consumption water urinals (1.0 gpf) require a minimum flowing pressure of 25 psi.
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