Sensor Flush Replacement – Things to Know

Points to note when replacing a sensor flush

Sensor flushes are commonly seen in shopping malls, hotels and commercial buildings. If you’re looking for a contractor to fix your sensor flush, here’s what you should know about the job. 

Distance – The distance between the 1-inch flush water inlet and outlet. The standard measurements are 75mm and a 100mm.

Take a look at some before and after images of sensor flush replacements we’ve done before.

Wire Health – In a wall concealed flush unit, the main challenge is to ensure that the power and supply do not come into contact. The power and supply wiring is usually run in ½ inch PVC conduct and is then cemented inside the wall. As the wiring is cemented inside the wall, faulty wiring cannot be replaced at low cost.

Length of joint – If length is too short, do not replace piping. If length of pipe istoo short, do not replace it as water will leak out.

If you’re looking for someone to fix your plumbing issues like a concealed sensor flush, give us a call today. We are experienced and knowledgeable with the work that we do.

Also at ilet, we provide you with upfront pricing before we start the work. Contact ilet at 9489 0758 or drop us an enquiry through the form here!

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