Cleaning supervisors are always looking for a solution to damaged toilet flush valves. More often than not, additional strain is put on these parts as restroom patrons often flush toilets with their feet. That strain results in malfunction and can lead to excessively running toilets or the lack of flushing altogether.

To minimize and even eliminate these problems, many custodial managers are implementing touch-free flushing options. When it comes to flush valves, it’s worth it to invest in products that will work for the long run, so replacement doesn’t become an annual event.

To help minimize upgrading costs, technicians can easily install hands-free, sensor-operated flushers to existing fixtures. These units are battery-operated and require battery changes only once a year. When utilized properly, they can control flushing and eliminate damage to toilets.