FlushMate IV

FlushMate IV

Credit: Sloan Valve Company

What makes this product green?

  • Conserves water


The FlushMate IV pressure-assisted toilet flushing mechanism is a water-conserving (1.0 gpfGallons per flush. Measurement of water use in toilets. Since 1992, toilets sold in the United States have been restricted to 1.6 gpf or less. The standard for high-efficiency toilets (HETs) is 1.28 gpf.) flush mechanism produced by the Sloan Valve Company. The FlushMate IV uses an airtight flushometer vessel inside the toilet tank (a tank-within-a-tank configuration). The inner tank is pressurized by the incoming clean water after the toilet is flushed—as it refills, air becomes compressed at the top of the tank. The next time the toilet is used, this pressure provides a high-velocity flush that very effectively evacuates wastes and prevents clogging. Several GreenSpec-listed toilets make use of the FlushMate IV mechanism.

Manufacturer Information

Sloan Valve Company
10500 Seymour Ave.
Franklin Park, IL 60131
Phone: 847-671-4300
Fax: 800-447-8329
Toll-free: 800-982-5839

Listed in: Residential Toilets