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Old 11-25-2015, 07:47 PM   #1
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Sloan vs Toto flushometer?


Anybody here have experience with a Toto or Sloan flushometer? It'll be for a residential urinal installation:

The toto I'm looking at is nice seeing as it has an auto-flush feature every 24hrs to maintain the trap seal.

The Sloan I'm looking at is a simple push-button model (no sensors, etc).

I'd be saving money with the Sloan, and I like that it's simple (no electronics). Most commercial flush valves I've noticed in buildings around here are Sloan, so I think servicing it might be easier as welL.

Not many toto valves around these parts, but again the auto flush is appealing...

Any input?
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Old 11-25-2015, 09:21 PM   #2
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They are both good brands. I've never heard of the primer type though.
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I know one thing the less gizmo involved the less things break.
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be sure your water feed line is sized correctly----you may need 3/4" feed for those---
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