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Flushometer Reduces Water Usage


9/14/2018

Sloan has launched its CX Flushometer, designed to suit the needs of architects, designers, building owners, contractors and engineers alike.

The CX Flushometer is the industry’s smallest front access wall panel, nearly 70 percent smaller than the industry standard. Its small size and concealed valve leaves the flushometer well-equipped to adapt to any commercial restroom environment without interrupting design or architecture.

From a design perspective, the flushometer comes in Polished Chrome or PVD options such as Brushed Stainless, Brushed Nickel, Polished Brass or Sloan’s newest custom finish Matte Black that elevate the product’s aesthetic level to match its innovative technology.

“At Sloan, we take pride in not only having invented the industry’s first flushometer 112 years ago, but also engineering new and hi-tech flushometers to meet the demands of today’s commercial restroom,” said Sloan product manager of flushometers, Mike Gipson. “With a greater emphasis on concealed installations, Sloan CX is the next step toward the future of flushometers.”

The CX Flushometer provides building owners with more usable restroom space than ever before. Not only does the CX Flushometer generate 60 percent more space without the requirement of a rear access plumbing chase, its efficient 1.6 or 1.28 gpf for water closets and 0.5, 0.25 or 0.125 gpf for urinals gives building owners peace of mind with a sustainable product that will contribute to annual water savings.

Featuring an integrated control stop and adjustable flush connection with an all-vertical, in-line rough-in, the CX Flushometer streamlines the installation process, allowing the installer to easily bring the plumbing to the valve. Routine maintenance can take place conveniently in front of the wall, instead of the tedious repairs typically associated with navigating the narrow, congested plumbing chases.

The CX Flushometer also makes life easy for engineers with its concealed, clean valve and body design that is ideal for both new construction and renovation to existing plumbing systems.


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