Integrated Automatic flushing Valve Ceramic Men Wall-hung Sensor Urinal

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Ceramic wall-hugn Sensor Urinal
Sensor flushing valve system integrated
Lockable cover
Self-flushing water saving
Men style

Automatic flushing valves for urinals use an infrared sensor to detect urinal usage and flush automatically after each use. There is no need for the user to touch any surface what prevents vandalism and improves hygiene. The flush valve will be activated on demand eliminating the odors caused by unflushed urinals. When urinals and toilets are promptly flushed, a germ free, odor free, and automated environment is created. 

 

Advantages:
1) Conserves water
2) No unpleasant odors
3) Hygienic, no-touch activation
4) Easy installation
5) Built-in filter
6) ADA complaint
7) Vandal resistant
8) Waterproof components

Features:

1) Power: DC 6V

2) Power consumption when not in use: 0.50mW (DC)

3) Ambient temperature: 0.1 - 45oC

4) Suitable water pressure: 0.05 - 0.6MPa

5) Detection zone: factory set 70cm (based on standard inductive board)

6) Diameter of inlet pipe: DN15 (G1/2")

7) Diameter of outlet pipe: DN15 (G1/2")

8) Dimensions: 20 x 70mm

9) Protection degree: IP56

10) Samples: send after receiving your samples fee and shipping charges

 

Packing: one set in retailer white box with complete components (Filter, Solenoid Valve,

Flex hose, and other installation parts)

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Q:strong nasty smell coming from bathroom sink?
The P trap is dirty this is the drain directly under your sink. There is no need to call a plumber you should be able to do this yourself. remove every thing from under your sink use a small bucket to place under the trap because there will be some water not much, loosen the plastic fittings twist the nuts to the left to take them off and turn them to the right to put them on you may need to use a tool to break or loosen the nut if it is to tight. After you have cleaned the trap out (washed it and removed what ever is in it ) put the trap back together loosely at first to fit every thigh up then you can hand tighten the nuts keep the bucket under the sink put some water in the sink and then drain as you are looking at the trap for leak tighten as required.
Q:Black gunk in bathroom sink?
Your p trap is clogged and you need to put chemicals down it to release it.
Q:The basin of the leading with a single hole or a good three holes
This is mainly to see your own preferences, but the popularity of the past few years with a single hole of the leader, we all said that the single hole faucet is beautiful and beautiful, porous, like public facilities are more common. Now the trend is more and more straight lines, of course, like the effect of the court except. The past single hole faucet with a long time is easy to shake around. Now the design is very good, basically do not appear this problem.
Q:Why does my washing machine backup into bathroom sink?
The drain pipes are most likely clogged and the water somehow redirects to the pipes of your bathroom sink. Either that or you might have installed the washer drain close to the bathroom pipes. Try redirecting the washer drain pipes on a separate drain path. You can also check if something is clogging the pipes. Use a shop vacuum to remove collected debris inside the drain.
Q:Taiwan mirror height is generally how much
General wash basin is 800 cm high - 900 cm, 200 cm higher than the table top ----- 300 cm just fine. The above generally not more than 1800 cm - 1900 cm. Mirror size also has a relationship, the mirror can be small With your own height adjustment.
Q:Clogged bathroom sink?! Please help!!?
Stop screwing around. Follow these steps: - Go to the ATM and withdraw $50 - Go to the hardware store and buy a drain snake (any decent hardware guy will point one out to you). You don't need top of the line, 25' long is plenty and it shouldn't cost too much. - While at the store pick up a decent pair of pliers. I like Channellock but any pliers about 10-12 should do the trick. - Get some rubber gloves. You'll want them. - A can of WD-40 - Go home and get under the sink. - There are a couple of nuts holding the pipes together. Loosen the ones that hold the U-shaped pipe on. NOTE: have a bowl or bucket underneath! NOTE: the large chrome nuts holding the big drain pipes! They'll be chrome or white plastic. - Run the snake up through the pipe toward the sink. turn and push. Pull it back and remove any gunk. - Run the snake through the pipe going into the wall or down through the floor. Turn and push. If it starts to get hard to turn, pull it back and remove any gunk. Go back in and repeat until you don't encounter any more difficulties. If it becomes hard to push, that may be a turn in the pipe - keep trying. - When you cannot advance any further or have inserted the entire length of the snake, but not brought back any new gunk, you're done. Job's finished. It cost you, at the outside, $50. You will NOT find a plumber that will do the job for less, and when it's over you own the tools, so the next time this happens the fix costs you nothing. Shoot WD-40 on the snake as you wind it up, and shoot more inside the can it winds up inside of. That'll keep it in good shape until next time. Good luck with it.
Q:What's wrong with my bathroom sink?
This problem may be caused by low water pressure. Have you checked that your 'pressure adjusting valve' is set correctly? You'll want to locate your pressure adjusting valve that's connected to your water supply line. It can be in your basement, crawlspace or water meter box. With a wrench or pliers, you'll want to loosen its lock nut. Then with a screwdriver, turn the screw clockwise slightly. Now you're ready to test your bathroom faucet. Turn on your faucet..if you see a slight improvement, but want more pressure, then turn the screw a little bit clockwise. To reduce, turn counter clockwise. When you find the right amount of pressure, tighten the lock nut. If the problem is not low water pressure, then it may be something with your water lines. You'll want to double check all faucet lines have no bends in them and secured tightly. You'll also want to closely examine the faucet itself and make sure nothing is clogging the aerator, and its valve cartridge is not damaged. Sputtering water from a faucet can be caused by debris particles in the aerator. If there are no problems with either your water pressure, water lines, or faucet itself, you'll need to take a look at your water heater.
Q:How do I replace my bathroom sink faucet?
it's not real hard. The hardest part is squeezing under the sink to tighten the fittings. Look it up on U-tube. There is sure to be at least one video. Otherwise google the instructions and you'll get more videos and written advice.
Q:Changing a bathroom sink faucet?
this is fairly a primary question. decrease off the water furnish. with a bit of luck you have decrease-off valves under the sink (if no longer - the best water furnish). below, unscrew the chilly and warm strains at as quickly as from fixture, as nicely as the two super faucet nuts retaining the fixture linked to the sink (no longer the attachments for the sink the counter). And in order that which you already know, except you're a plumber, no kit ever seem to artwork wisely by using limited area. purely smile as you sweat it out. observe: you additionally could have yet another attachment to undo interior the middle if the fixture is rigged with a sink-stopper. After issues are indifferent, develop out - Voila! this is often elementary to detach & get rid of - much less could be reported while installation a clean one. nicely, in case you controlled this a ways, with the previous fixture in hand and holey sink to view, you would be waiting to make certain what variety of recent fixture you need to purchase instead. have exciting !
Q:How do you attach a bathroom sink to the cabinet below?
Most sinks have a backsplash going up the wall a few inches. You can use industrial adhesive to attach it to the wall (like Liquid Nails), then use more of the adhesive to attach the sink to the top of the cabinet.

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