New G2 Optima Plus® Flushometer From Sloan Offers Advanced Electronics, High-tech Styling

Oct. 15, 2003
FRANKLIN PARK, IL —The new G2 Optima Plus® battery-powered Flushometer, which combines advanced electronics with a new sleek hi-tech appearance, is now available from Sloan Valve Company,  The G2 Optima Plus Flushometer incorporates Sloan’s patented Isolated Operator that provides reliable performance regardless of water quality, and a flex tube diaphragm flushing mechanism that helps conserve water.  Designed to eliminate detection errors caused by lighting conditions and reflective surfaces, the G2 also saves installation time with minimal need for field adjustments. G2 features an electronic module that meets NEMA 6 sealing requirements, and gold-plated battery contacts to ensure consistent electronic connections.The battery-powered G2 has a newly styled cover, with an easily replaceable lens. Batteries can be changed, or the module serviced, without shutting off the water supply. A rear drain/weep hole allows condensation to escape and the G2’s automatic “fit” ensures proper control module placement.The G2 Optima Plus is Sloan’s latest addition to its family of Flushometers that provide consistent, reliable performance designed to help architects, engineers, contractors and building owners achieve their water conservation goals. Sloan Valve Company is the world's leading manufacturer of plumbing systems and has been in operation since 1906.  Headquartered in Franklin Park, Illinois, the company manufactures plumbing products for commercial, industrial, and institutional markets worldwide.For more information on the G2 Optima Plus® Flushometer, contact Sloan Valve Company at 10500 Seymour Avenue, Franklin Park, IL  60131.  Telephone 800-9-VALVE-9, fax 800-501-3989 or visit the website at

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