Water is supplied to the back of the housing through a solenoid valve and air gap device.
The water is directed through a nozzle against the cartridge, powerfully redirecting it down the housing and drain line.
The solenoid valve is programmed to inject approximately one (1) gallon of water every 72 hours.
An infrared switch, discreetly located underneath the fixture, allows maintenance personnel to manually operate the Jetrinse system during cartridge changes to confirm its operation.
21 7/8" x 12 3/4" x 14 5/8"
Mounting for ADA Compliance
For lip height of 17", distance from finished floor to drain centerline must be 10"
Patented Cartridge Sloan WaterFree Urinals
The replaceable and biodegradable, liquid-sealed cartridge filters waste so liquids enter the drain and sediments are collected for disposal when the cartridge is replaced after 6,000 to 7,000 uses. Multiplying each use by 1.6 gallons of water (to compare to low-flow toilets) or by 3.5 (to compare to older units) shows a savings of 9,600 to 24,500 gallons of water.
Drain Connection & Material
Installs on standard 2" drain connections with threaded nipple. Suitable DWV materials include cast iron, galvanized steel, ABS and PVC.