Reduce Water Consumption With New Urinal

Designed to further water conservation efforts, the new Omni-Flo Urinal is suitable for new or retrofit applications.


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Designed to further water conservation efforts, the new Omni-Flo Urinal is suitable for new or retrofit applications.
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New Product Flash: Omni-Flo from Zurn Industries

Reduce Water Consumption With New Urinal

Zurn Industries, LLC has introduced its Zurn Omni-Flo Urinal, designed with an asymmetric back-wall that minimizes splashback while providing sleek, modern aesthetics. It is suitable for new or retrofit applications.Omni-Flo Urinal

The Zurn Z5755-U Omni-Flo Urinal (top spud design) can accommodate multiple flow rates ranging from one pint to one gallon. When paired with Zurn flush valves, this urinal is optimized for performance, providing a consistent and reliable flush while reducing water consumption. The urinal uses a standard footprint and a universal bracket for easy retrofit installations. An optional back spud design (Z5765-U) is also available.

Omni-Flo Urinal

As a member of Zurn’s EcoVantage family, the Omni-Flo Urinal is EPA WaterSense listed when paired with appropriate flush valve. By upgrading and retrofitting existing facilities with Zurn EcoVantage water conservation systems, facility managers can make an immediate impact on the environment, specifically water consumption within a building.

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