Cistermiser introduces infrared urinal control valve

Cistermiser, urinal control, infrared, infra-red, water wastage, PIR, sensor

Cistermiser’s infrared urinal flushing control valve is fully detailed in a new brochure designed for easy use by specifiers, installers and merchant counter staff.

Fitted together with a robust and proven brass-bodied solenoid valve assembly, the infrared sensor features a compact body shape; an economy mode option to provide even greater water savings; a new-style mounting bracket for recessed installations; and an improved design which allows clients to replace batteries in convenient fashion by simply removing the front fascia to access the battery compartment.

The product uses motion-sensing infrared technology to automatically control the flushing of cistern-fed urinals. This helps to minimise water wastage, ensuring compliance with the water regulations. When the PIR detects movement, the solenoid valve is activated allowing water into the cistern.

The Cistermiser infrared sensor is WRAS-approved and designed with easy use in mind. Green, amber or red LED status alerts guide installers and end users to ensure ease of commissioning, testing and confirmation of water-saving operational mode.

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