Flushometers Can Be Monitored via App

Sloan has expanded its existing lineup of connected products to include G2 and ECOS Flushometers. Sloan’s featured faucets and flushometers are utilizing Bluetooth connectivity and advanced technology to enhance maintenance capabilities.

Sloan has expanded its existing lineup of connected products to include G2 and ECOS Flushometers.

Sloan’s connected products are enabling facility maintenance teams to wirelessly monitor the health and status of restroom fixtures, troubleshoot issues, easily generate and share diagnostic reports, adjust sensor range, and more all from the Sloan Connect App. The Sloan Connect App allows users to set periodic line flushes in facilities with intermittent use, such as stadiums or educational facilities. This will keep water flowing through the lines, minimizing the risk of stagnant water and other issues. 

Sloan’s G2 Flushometer automatically operates by means of an infrared sensor with a user-friendly, three-second flush delay and Courtesy Flush override button. Additionally, Sloan ECOS Flushometers provide dual-flush or single-flush, hands-free sensor operation. As the flushometer automatically initiates a full or reduced flush based on how long the user remains in sensor range, this feature can reduce water volume by up to 30 percent.

Sloan G2 and ECOS Flushometers join other Sloan products such as the SOLI  Flushometer,  Optima ETF/EBF Faucets, as well as select Optima EAF and BASYS EFX Faucets with the use of a Bluetooth Adapter, to offer hygienic, touch-free commercial restroom solutions.

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