Suppliers of: Urinal Flush Control Valves Urinal Flush controls WC cistern flush controls hands free basin tap infra-red basin taps washroom water management washroom water controls washroom water descalers
Cistermiser have been manufacturing and supplying a high quality range of products and solutions for the treatment and cost effective management of water for over 40 years.
Cistermiser is synonymous with urinal control valves. Our range includes flow valves to control the supply to cisterns, plus automatic direct-flushing valves that use infrared sensors to detect user occupancy.
- Hydraulic Valves: The Hydraulic Valve is an automatic urinal flush control valve. The valve uses a simple patented mechanism which prevents water waste by ensuring that the auto-flush cistern is only filled, and can only flush, when the washroom is used.
- IRC Valves: The Infrared Urinal Flush Control (IRC) valve automatically manages the supply of water to a urinal cistern. The PIR sensor detects movement and activates the solenoid valve, allowing water into a urinal cistern.
- Direct Flush: The Direct Flush automatically flushes the individual urinal after use, ensuring the highest level of hygiene from the minimum volume of water. Direct Flush removes the need for the auto-flush cistern and associated plumbing used in traditional urinal installations, which flush all urinals intermittently even if they have not all been used.
Our WC range includes valves for toilets that use a traditional cistern plus direct-flushing systems for busy washrooms that require immediate re-flush. We also offer anti-vandal controls for demanding environments.
- Easyflush: Easyflush is a hands-free and water-conserving WC cistern flush and fill valve, suitable for concealed or exposed cistern
- Easyflush Direct: Easyflush Direct is an electronic flushing system for WCs that removes the need for a WC cistern, by taking its water feed straight from the mains supply.
We manufacture our own range of hands-free taps. The stylish designs incorporate infrared control; reducing water and energy usage and increasing hygiene through automatic no-touch operation.
- Infared Taps: The Novatap and Vectatap are deck-mounted chrome basin outlets, supplied with sensor and control unit. The Novatap features a valve integral in its body making it extremely simple to install.
Our innovative systems are designed to conserve all water and energy in the washroom. Occupancy is monitored by sensors, optimising the use of hot and cold water, lighting and fans.
- Sensazone: Cistermiser’s Sensazone system controls the water supply, lighting and extractor fans within the washroom.
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No Touch taps just got better… new Vecta+ Sensor Tap Range available now!
No Touch taps just got better… new Vecta+ Sensor Tap Range available now!
Cistermiser, the UK’s leading provider of commercial washroom water management solutions, is delighted to announce the launch of a brand-new range of Infrared taps: Vecta+ Sensor Spout, Vecta+ Sensor Tap, and Vecta+ Sensor Mixer Tap. With a host of benefits including hygiene, energy and water saving, ease of installing and maintaining, the new stylish chrome range is also compatible with environmental building schemes like BREEAM.
Richard Braid, Cistermiser MD comments: “Powered by the latest in intelligent electronics and Infrared technology, the new Vecta+ Sensor tap range is perfect for today’s commercial washroom sector. It fulfils any demand made on taps by facility managers, specifiers, contractors, installers and end-users. Our product development and technical design teams have engineered-in features that mean the taps are ideal for both new build and retrofit/refurbishment projects, simple to install and to maintain, with options for mains-fed or battery powered straight out of a box.
“But by far the most important attributes for today’s market and of course, looking to the future, are the Vecta + Sensor taps’ environmental and health benefits. Cistermiser has seen a massive surge in sales of all our Infrared washroom solutions – including urinal flushing, toilet flushing and whole washroom control management– as people have become acutely aware that the less we need to touch a surface outside of our homes, the less likely we are to be exposed to pathogen transfer. The other main benefit of No Touch taps is the fact that the taps only run water while the person’s hands are in range resulting in significant water and water heating savings, and of course, cost. Other clever features built into the Vecta + Sensor range include Safety Shut Off which means than after 60 seconds of continuous water activation, the taps automatically stop and Smart Shut Off which activates in the event of a power cut.
“We’re excited to bring this new range to market and for anyone who wants to see the new Vecta + Sensor products in person, we’re exhibiting at the Water Management Society’s ‘Reflections and New Perspectives’ Show on 23rd September and at the InstallerSHOW between 28-30 September. We’d be delgithed to see you. Also, look out for competition details coming soon for your chance to get your hands on some free taps for your next project.”
For more information on the new tap range, visit www.cistermiser.co.uk/vecta-plus-tap-range and for more on all our other products, www.cistermiser.co.uk
Cistermiser - No-Touch Toilet Flushing Solutions
No-Touch Toilet Flushing Solutions
Infrared technology has started to consign traditional toilet flush handles to history, firstly in commercial washrooms (with practical no-touch solutions such as the mains-fed Easyflush Direct from Cistermiser) and now in domestic bathroom settings. Tiny young or arthritic elderly hands might find lever handles difficult to crank or fiddly dual-flush mechanical push-buttons tricky to use. To overcome these problems, infrared sensor-activated WC flushing valves, such as Cistermiser’s Easyflush combined flush and filling valve, can be installed. With options for close-coupled or concealed cistern-fed installs, solutions are programmable in a variety of ways, giving full control over the volume of water used and whether the toilet flushing is activated by ‘touchless’ operation (with a wave of the hand), or ‘occupancy sensing’ operation (by simply standing up and walking away from the WC).
Positioning of IR sensors should be carefully considered during installation, to optimise no-touch toilet activation. Easyflush Wave sensors can be fitted onto front, side or most commonly the top of a close-coupled cistern (as mechanical push-button devices), or conveniently wall-mounted to one side of the toilet at typically 300-400mm distance from the centre line of the pan. Flush operation is activated by the user bringing their hand close to the infrared sensor. A dual flush mode enables the user to select either a part flush or full flush by the length of time their hand is held in front of the sensor.
Easyflush Walkaway occupancy sensors are best fitted directly centrally, just above the close-coupled cistern, so that the user’s proximity movement will always be detected. Toilet flushing is normally activated by the user standing up and leaving the cubicle, although it can also be activated by the user bringing their hand toward the sensor. Dual flush modes are factory-programmed to deliver a part-flush if the user departs from the cubicle within 40 seconds, or a full-flush if the user departs after 40 seconds or more have elapsed.