Flush Valve with Flapper
Pictured below is a typical toilet tank that operates with a flapper. This is the most common type of toilet flush mechanism. It is identified by a plastic, rubber or vinyl flapper, which pivots on arms attached to the flush valve.
Flush Valve with Tank Ball
Pictured below is a toilet tank with a tank ball. The flushing operation on this toilet type is achieved through the lifting action of a rubber ball connected to the flush lever by a metal rod or wire.
Pictured below is a typical dual flush toilet tank. Dual flush toilets give the user a choice of flushes. One button results in less water being used to flush the toilet than the other button.
Pictured below is a typical tilt valve toilet tank. The flushing operation on this toilet type uses a tilt valve connected to the flush lever through a chain. When activated, it pivots backward on its axis flushing the tank.
Pictured below is a typical Mansfield toilet tank. The flushing operation on this toilet type is achieved by lifting the flush valve body upward on its post using a flush lever directly engaged into the flush valve body.