November 07, 2019

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Flushometer and Faucet Parts?

Any facility engineer will tell you that Sloan flushometers and faucets are known for their long-term performance. One reason they’re so durable: They’re built with high-precision parts made from the highest quality materials.

Engineers also know they need to maintain Sloan components with genuine Sloan parts to keep them at top performance.

Sloan Manager of National Specialty Accounts Adam Kupec says, “If you want Sloan products to have longevity and operate with the expected quality, Sloan OEM parts are a necessity. These parts have been manufactured to the highest standard and specifically for use within Sloan’s products.”

Our new Parts Brochure makes it easy to stay current on the maintenance of your Sloan flushometers and faucets. It’s full of helpful information, including a detailed Maintenance Guide, which we used to create this fun quiz:

Parts Brochure

How well do you know your flushometer and faucet parts? (Answers are at the end.)

  1. Sloan’s Royal®, Regal®, ECOS®, G2, and SOLIS® flushometers are available with which valve types?
    1. Diaphragm only
    2. Piston only
    3. Diaphragm or piston
    4. Aortic and pulmonary
       
  2. Sloan faucets are available with which activation types?
    1. Voice
    2. Sensor
    3. Capacitance
    4. Sensor and capacitance
       
  3. Which Sloan flushometers support a 0.125 gpf (0.5 Lpf) flush volume?
    1. Royal®
    2. Regal®
    3. ECOS®
    4. All of the above
       
  4. What’s the highest lowest flush volume of any Sloan flushometer for urinals?
    1. 0.125 gpf (0.5 Lpf)
    2. 0.25 gpf (1.0 Lpf)
    3. 0.5 gpf (1.9 Lpf)
    4. 1.0 gpf (3.8 Lpf)
       
  5. Which of these is a part for a Sloan faucet?
    1. Below deck control box
    2. Solenoid valve assembly
    3. Box mount transformer
    4. All of the above
       
  6. The life expectancy of a Sloan flushometer stop assembly is how much longer than the industry standard?
    1. Same life expectancy
    2. One year longer
    3. Two years longer
    4. Five years longer
       
  7. Sloan flanges & connections will last up to
    1. 20 or more years
    2. 15 years
    3. The same as the industry average
    4. Longer than the building where they’re installed
       
  8. The transformer in a Sloan hardwired diaphragm flushometer should last 20 years or longer. How do you know if it needs replacing?
    1. Blinking LED
    2. Unit will not flush at all, and no power to the sensor
    3. Water does not completely shut off
    4. You receive a text message with a sleepy-face emoji
       
  9. Which of the following is a maintenance indicator for a Sloan flushometer inside cover?
    1. Slow leaks into the fixture
    2. Flush cycle too long or too short
    3. Grooves cut into inner cover from diaphragm segments
    4. These are all maintenance indicators
       
  10. The alkaline batteries in Sloan battery-powered diaphragm flushometers last
    1. As long as the industry standard
    2. One year longer than the industry standard
    3. Twice the industry standard
    4. For the lifetime of the flushometer


ANSWERS:

  1. a. Diaphragm only
  2. d. Sensor and capacitance
  3. d. All of the above
  4. a. 0.125 gpf (0.5 Lpf)
  5. d. All of the above
  6. c. Two years longer
  7. a. 20 or more years
  8. b. Unit will not flush at all, and no power to the sensor
  9. d. These are all maintenance indicators
  10. c. Twice the industry standard


How did you do?

1-5 correct: Apprentice Engineer
6-7 correct: Assistant Facility Engineer
8-9 correct: Senior Facility Engineer
All 10 correct: You’re Adam Kupec, aren’t you?

Want more information about durable, high-performance parts for every commercial restroom component? Contact Sloan!

 

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