Flush mechanism options for industrial toilets

0

Industrial stainless steel toilets have various flushing options to suit your needs.  Aesthetics is not the primary focus but functionality.  In most cases companies install a stainless steel toilet due to vandalism and it is also the flush mechanism that suffers. So selecting the right one for the industry is crucial.

There are three basic flush systems available:

  • Exposed flush mechanism (This includes cisterns, push button flush systems and IR flush systems)
  • Built in wall (Mostly boxed flush systems)
  • Duct mechanism (The most vandal proof system and is also used in prisons)

Below are the five installation types found in most industrial installations. We have not included the concealed Geberit types as these are not vandal resistant and we have found that the front flush mechanism tends to be vandalised the most.

Flush mechanism with a cistern

stainless steel cistern installation

Floor mounted toilet with exposed cistern

Top entry cistern installation

Wall mounted toilet pan with top entry exposed cistern

Exposed flush mechanisms

back entry exposed cobra junior walcro flush mechanism

Floor mounted pan with back entry exposed cistern

walcro 55t 106t installation exposed

Wall mounted toilet pan with top entry exposed flush valve

Concealed duct type flush mechanisms

duct prison cell flush mechanism

 

 

A summary of all the flush valves that can be used for toilets (even slop hoppers and sluice sinks) can be found below.  Please visit our store or main site for more detailed information on each valve.

FeatureTop Entry ExposedBack Entry ExposedConcealed/In Wall back entryConcealed Duct/Prison back entry
Low Pressure
(0.3-6 bar, 25mm inlet)
106T
106HT
104T
104HT
106B
106SB
106HB
104B
104HB
107C/LP106 or 104CXP
106 or 104C
106 or 104C-SS
High Pressure
(1- 6 bar, 20mm inlet)
550T
550HT
550B
550SP
550HB
107C/HP103LCXP
103LC
103LCSS
Share.

About Author

Leave A Reply