The structure of Sensor toilet flushometer
Sensor toilet flushometer tells you that with the improvement of people's living standards and the wide application of artificial intelligence, many sensing devices have appeared, which also provides convenience for our lives and improves our quality of life. Let's take a look The structure of Sensor toilet flushometer.
Sensor toilet flushometer refers to a new type of sensor flushing valve, which includes a body, a fixed seat located at the lower part of the body, a valve disc set on the fixed seat, a solenoid valve set on the valve disc, a sending, receiving device.
Sensor toilet flushometer tells you that there is a water outlet at the lower end of the valve disc, a protruding cylinder is arranged at the water outlet in the valve disc, the upper end of the cylinder is a water level port, and there is a sealing port beside the water level port. , There is a pressure relief drainage hole next to the sealing port, the pressure relief drainage hole is connected with the water outlet, the lower side of the valve disc is provided with a water inlet, the water inlet is located on one side of the cylinder, and there is an annular groove and a valve disc under the fixed seat. The water inlet of the main body is matched with the water outlet of the valve disc.
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Introduction to the main features of Urinal induction water flush
Only within the sensing range, Urinal induction water flush will perform automatic flushing, otherwise it will not flush. The flushing program, flushing time and sensing distance can be adjusted. It is a relatively advanced intelligent water-saving product in China.
Sensor urinal flushometer pre-embedded method
Buy the Sensor urinal flushometer, then disassemble it, check the instruction manual, and mark the installation according to the instructions. After deciding the installation location, use an electric drill on the wall to drill holes of a certain depth and diameter, and then lock them with screws.