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Sloan Royal 186-0.5 ES-S TMO Urinal Flush Valve 3452642

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About the Sloan 3452642

Sloan Royal 186 is an Exposed, Sensor Activated Royal Model Urinal Flushometer with True Mechanical Override, for top spud urinals. Sloan Royal 186 Quiet, Exposed, Diaphragm Type, Chrome Plated Urinal Flushometer. 0. 5 Gpf. ADA Compliant.

Product Details

Product: Top Spud Flush Valve
Manufacturer: Sloan
Type: Urinal
Style: Sensor Operated
Shape: Exposed
Color: Chrome
Faucet Features: ADA
Mpn # 3452642
Weight 8.54 lbs.

Product Features

  • Handle Packing, Stop Seat and Vacuum Breaker Molded from PERMEX Rubber Compound for Chloramine Resistance
  • Non-Hold-Open Integral Solenoid Operator, Fixed Metering Bypass and No External Volume Adjustment to Ensure Water Conservation
  • I.P.S. Screwdriver Angle Stop
  • Spud Coupling and Spud Flange for Top Spud
  • Non-Hold-Open True Mechanical Override, Non-Hold-Open Integral Solenoid Operator
  • Die Cast Sensor Cover Plate with no visible Fasteners (for 2-gang Electrical Box)
  • PERMEX Synthetic Rubber Diaphragm with Dual Filtered Fixed Bypass
  • OPTIMA EL-1500 Self-Adaptive Infrared Sensor with Indicator Light
  • Sweat Solder Adapter with Cover Tube and Cast Wall Flange with Set Screw
  • Walk By Delay of Eight Seconds Prevents Unintentional Flushes

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Questions & Answers


The Diaphragm needed for this flush valve depends on the options/ model you have (low consumption/high efficiency etc.). Take a look at page 50 of this link for more information.