Flush valve

A flush valve is designed to connect directly to the water supply line and release a predetermined amount of water with each flush. The flushing process is automated by the flush valve, releasing the preset flushing water and then automatically closing the water supply line.

A vacuum breaker component that is designed to prevent back flow and contamination of the water source on the other end of the water supply line. Backflow is caused by a vacuum being created within the line after flushing: by using the vacuum breaker component to stop this suction, any backflow will revert to flowing normally and will not be able to reach water source.

The stop cock controls the rate of water passing through the flush valve and may also be used to shut of the supply should adjustment or rewashing of the flush valve be necessary.

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