flushometer

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flush·om·e·ter

 (flŭsh-ŏm′ĭ-tər)
n.
A water-saving device for flushing toilets and urinals that uses pressure from the water supply system rather than the force of gravity to discharge water into the bowl.
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Models that flush at 1.28 gpf or less for flushometer valve toilets, per EPA's draft specification, and 0.5 gpf or less for WaterSense-labeled urinals could save significant volumes."
Baruch College of The City University of New York is soliciting bid submissions for TOTO high efficiency urinal flushometer valves, high efficiency toilet flushometer valves, and high efficiency faucets or approved equal.