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Hydraulic valve 
urinal flush controls such as the Cistermiser range are installed in-line with the water supply inlet pipe into the cistern and sense short-term drops in pressure within the water supply. Each time a drop in pressure is identified the valve releases a measured amount of water into the cistern.

It is quite common for minerals such as calcium and lime, along with debris particles such as rust to build up in the rim feed and jet holes of the toilet bowl. Over time, these deposits restrict and block water from flowing into the toilet bowl which will cause a weak or incomplete flush.


Waterless urinals are a good and cost effective solution for most, but not all, sites. The choice of waterless urinal is key because whilst all types of waterless urinals will obviously save the same amount of water, they have different implementation and running costs.
Dual flush toilets employ a larger trapway (the hole at the bottom of the bowl) and a wash-down flushing design that pushes waste down the drain. Because there's no siphoning action involved, the system needs less water per flush, and the larger diameter trapway makes it easy for waste to exit the bowl


"Urine is normally sterile as a body fluid. Even if you have a urinary tract infection with bacteria in your urine it would be inactivated with the chlorine levels in the public water supply," he said. "So there's really no known disease transmission with urine left un-flushed in the toilet."


How do you fix a toilet that won't flush without a plunger?
How long do toilet flush valves last?
between six and seven years
On average, a toilet flush valve should last between six and seven years, more or less, depending on the harshness of cleaning chemicals used, the frequency of toilet use, and the quality of the water.
How much does it cost to replace a flush valve?
A simple toilet valve replacement typically costs $70 to $150. A complete rebuild of the closet tank which includes the flush handle, flush valve, flapper, ballcock, and tank bolts costs around $275.
How much does a plumber charge to reset a toilet?
While a professional plumber can change as much as $200 for a service call to reset a toilet, a DIYer can do it for just $10 to $20, the cost of a new wax ring. It does require careful work, however, to ensure that you don't crack or otherwise damage the toilet as you move it.
How much should a plumber charge?
The cost of a plumber ranges from $175 to $450 for a typical job with the average cost per hour ranging from $45 to $200. This can include jobs like repairing faucets, toilets, sinks or ... bathtubs. Depending on the job, some plumbers charge a flat rate, or service fee of $300 on average.

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