American Standard produces four different types of flush valves: toilet flush valves, urinal flush valves, automatic flush valves and low flow flush valves. Models are available for its Afwall Millennium, Clean, FloWise, Madera Toilet and Selectronic toilet collections....
A flush valve releases water from the toilet tank and into the bowl. The flush valve has a flapper that creates a water tight seal. This helps the toilet retain water until it is flushed.
Canister purge valves are located between the fuel tank and the engine and are often placed in or on the throttle bay in models of car from the 1990s, 2000s and 2010s. In models from the 1970s and 1980s, the valve is in the engine bay.
The function of a vehicle's canister purge valve is to control exactly how much fuel vapor gets purged from the charcoal canister where the vapors are temporarily stored after being trapped by the Evaporative Emission Control (EVAP) system. The purpose of this entire sy...
The American Standard Champion flush valve has a diameter of 4 inches, whereas the industry standard is 2 inches. A larger flush valve translates into more force and speed during each flush for potentially more efficient evacuation of the bowl.
The Evaporative Emission Control System (EVAP) keeps fuel vapors from leaking into the atmosphere by collecting and storing the vapors in a canister filled with carbon pellets. The carbon pellets collected by the EVAP system and temporarily stored in the canister are re...
To repair a urinal flush valve, empty the tank, then, if needed, reconnect the disconnected chain or strap to the flapper valve. If necessary, clean the flush valve or apply the flusher fixer kit to repair the flush valve.