Easyflush Wave features a hands-free and water-conserving toilet cistern flush and fill valve which is actually two interlinked valves in one: a lift/drop valve which empties the cistern and a delayed action float valve which controls refilling. It also includes an integral overflow pipe to prevent flooding. The compact single-piece unit is located over the outlet by a bayonet-type locking device which simplifies installation. Easyflush Wave hand motion-activated infrared sensors meet the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) requirements and are Part M compliant.
The product has an “Intelligent Memory” feature, whereby if the user requires an additional flush they can bring their hand close to the infrared sensor to activate an automatic further flush once the cistern has finished refilling.
The inlet float valve operates sequentially with a delayed action, which only allows the cistern to begin refilling after it has been completely emptied and the outlet valve has closed. This unique feature prevents an increase in the volume of water per flush. In other systems water can enter the cistern before the outlet valve has closed, thus increasing the volume of water per flush.
Easyflush Wave can be fitted into a concealed or an exposed cistern and can also be easily retrofitted.
Easyflush Wave is powered by 4 x 1.5V AA (LR6) batteries or a 6V DC mains adaptor which can be installed behind service panels. The battery option allows the Easyflush Wave to be installed inside exposed cisterns.
A Concealed Cistern is also available, which is suitable for service wall-panel concealed installations to provide a 6 litre flushing WC solution:
Also available as an optional extra is a Multi-Product Power Supply Unit (PSUC) to mains-power up to 10 Easyflush Wave infrared sensors from a single fused spur.
Additional customised washroom settings are obtainable via a hand-held remote control Infrared Configuration Unit (ICU) which is available as an optional extra. The remote controller enables rapid automatic range configuration to the specific washroom dimensions and deactivation of the 12 hour hygiene cycle flush function.
Easyflush Wave is an electronic WC drop valve which uses a hand motion-activated infrared sensor to activate toilet flushing. Fitted into an exposed or concealed cistern as required, the flushing valve is activated by the user bringing their hand close to an infrared sensor. The dual flush mode enables the user to select either a part or full flush by the length of time their hand is in front of the sensor.
For a part flush the hand is held in front of the sensor for up to one second and, for a full flush, over one second.
Easyflush Wave is ingeniously designed to use low power consumption, as the product uses the supply water pressure to lift the drop valve plunger and activate the flush. This ensures that when in use Easyflush Wave delivers a very energy efficient solution, harvesting energy from the water.
Easyflush Wave sensors can be fitted on either the top, side or front faces of exposed cisterns, as required.
For concealed cistern installations, Easyflush Wave sensors should ideally be fitted to the right-hand side of the toilet, between 700-900mm above the seat height and between 300-400mm to the right of the toilet centre line.
Here is a selection of documents, designed to ease specification and installation:
BIM objects are available for download from the NBS National BIM Library, in both Revit and IFC formats.
Parts only warranty (no labour) for equipment purchased in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. Components of the unit which are proven to be faulty or defective in manufacture will be exchanged or repaired.
1 Year from Date of Manufacture
3 Years from Date of Installation
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Each Commissioning Checklist activity should be dated and additional warranty details provided to enable registration: product serial number, installation date, installation site address and the installer’s name and contact details.
Extended Warranty can be registered online (via the Warranty section of this website) or by completing and returning the Commissioning Checklist from the Installation Guide (included with the product) to this address: Cistermiser Ltd, Unit 1, Woodley Park Estate, 59-69 Reading Road, Woodley, Berkshire RG5 3AN.
Easyflush Wave hand motion-activated no-touch infrared sensors:
Things to check:
Solution: Ensure that the water supply is reaching the valve. Minimum working pressure of 0.5 bar dynamic, maximum 6.0 bar static. This may be due to air in the inlet hose (normally found with low pressure). Ensure loop is facing downwards. There could be a blockage. Ensure the filters on the inlet and outlet side of the valve are clear.
Solution: The anti-vandal mode will have been triggered. You need to remove the object/debris from the sensor so that the valve can resume normal functionality.
Things to check:
Solution: Ensure the power supply is connected. If the mains power is being used through the mains adaptor, then check that the mains adaptor is working by reverting to the battery pack. Remove the mains adaptor when using batteries.
Solution: There is likely to be low battery power. Change the batteries. If the mains power is being used through the mains adaptor, then check wiring and contact Cistermiser on 0118 969 1611 for advice.
Solution: Ensure that there is a good water supply and pressure of 0.5 to 6 bar.
Things to check:
Solution: Check the seal of the flush valve and clean away any debris or scale. Water is flowing through the overflow; ensure that the water entering the cistern is being shut off by adjusting the float accordingly. If the float is set too high, water will continuously flow in the cistern and out of the overflow.
Solution: This is likely to be due to low battery power. Change the batteries. If operated by mains power then check wiring first. Call Cistermiser if still a problem after these checks.
Things to check:
Solution: Ensure that the sensor is mounted in the correct position. Refer to the installation schematic – see Section 3 of the Installation Guide (available to view in the Downloads area of this website).
Ensure that the sensor range is also correctly configured. Refer to the advanced setting guide schematic – see Section 9 of the Installation Guide (available to view in the Downloads area of this website).
Things to check:
Solution: There is air in the system so flush the valve repeatedly to purge the system.
Solution: This could be due to faulty wiring, so check the wiring.
Solution: Either there is low battery power. Change batteries. If the unit is being operated by mains power, then check wiring and then contact Cistermiser.
Solution: Sensor is either covered or heavily scratched. Uncover sensor or polish out scratches on sensor.
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