A: Yes. You would need a 1/2 to 3/4 reducer. The valve is 3/4 in. You can try and find a 1/2 stop valve.
A: Doug, No...you have to use a 3/4 inch line for a urinal valve. Sincerely, your American Standard Consumer Connection Team
A: You should view the specification sheet of the urinal in question, but generally Note: The Critical Line (-C-L-) on Vacuum Breaker must typically be a minimum of 6" (152mm) above fixture but you also need to Consult your local Codes for details. Sincerely American Standard Technical Team.
A: You will need to change the piston assembly to the 1.0 gpf, part # M964905C-0071000A.
A: It would depend on the urinal you are using. A lot of our newer urinals are made to flush anywhere from .5 to 1.6. Do you know the model number of the urinal?
|Brand||American Standard||American Standard||TOTO||American Standard|
|Name||Ultima Manual Toilet 1.28 GPF Diaphragm-Type Flush Valve in Polished Chrome||Ultima Manual FloWise 0.125 GPF Exposed Urinal Flush Valve in Polished Chrome for 0.75 in. Top Spud||0.5 GPF Manual Flush Urinal Flushometer in Polished Chrome||Ultima Sensor-Operated 1.1 GPF Toilet Diaphragm-Type Flush Valve in Polished Chrome|
|Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
|Included||Hardware Included||No Additional Items||No Additional Items||Hardware Included|
|THD SO SKU||1004702884||1000415191||1004703818|
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