The comfort of every modern person largely depends on the functionality of the bathroom. Its important component is the toilet, the operation of which directly depends on the coordinated operation of the tank mechanisms.
Drainage fittings are one of the important sanitary fittings, the purpose of which is to drain the water from the toilet tank. Its principle of operation is much simpler than filling and consists in the fact that the water is drained due to the traction, which is activated by a button, pedal or lever.
Depending on the method of draining the water, the drain valves of the drain tank can be divided into several types:
✓ lever - is activated after pressing the lever. It can be located both on the toilet tank itself and near it. Most often used in public bathrooms due to ease of use and low cost price;
✓ exhaust - responds to the rising rod, which obscures the drain hole;
✓ push-button - is activated by pressing the button.
Push-button drain valves are divided into several types:
✓ one-button (drains the entire amount of water in the tank);
✓ one-button with the “stop” mode (with one press, the water drains, and with a second press - the drain stops);
✓ two-button - allows you to drain the entire volume of the tank by pressing the larger of the keys, and the smaller button lowers only part of the toilet tank, which saves water consumption.
It should be noted that for the manufacture of a toilet flush mechanism, a durable and wear-resistant plastic is used. But still, troubles do happen. In case water flows into the toilet through the membrane, it will not be difficult to replace it with a new one without the help of a professional plumber. If water flows through the overflow of drain valves, which is located in the upper part of the mechanism, then the float failed and it is impractical to repair it, it is better to replace the entire mechanism of drain valves.
In our online store "Waterstal" to your attention there are various types of drain valves. Here you can buy plumbing models of various configurations that will ensure coordinated operation of the toilet.