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FRANKLIN PARK, IL — Sloan’s newest online education course covers the entire vitreous china fixture product line, including sinks, toilets and urinals, to complete the commercial restroom. The free course, which lasts about 15 minutes, can be taken at any time.

The non-technical course presents a broad overview of the Sloan vitreous china fixture line:
* Small, retrofit and standard-sized washdown urinals;
* Wall-hung and floor-mount water closets, including High-Efficiency Toilets that operate with dual-flush and other water-efficient flushometers;
* Gravity Series single- and dual-flush tank toilets;
* Undermount, drop-in and wall-hung lavatory sinks; and
* Four Waterfree Urinal models.

The vitreous china fixtures course also covers specification tips, applicable plumbing codes and standards, and specific features, such as Sloan’s Universal Fixtures, which allow a single fixture to operate with multiple flush volumes of your favorite Sloan flushometer.

“This course is ideal for wholesalers, building owners, engineers, contractors, architects—anyone who would like to know more about Sloan’s vitreous china fixtures,” says Mark Lawinger, Sloan fixtures product line manager. “I definitely recommend the course to professionals who are new to Sloan, as well as those who are familiar with our products and would like a good refresher.”

Access the free course, as well as Sloan’s other online courses, at:

Sloan is the world’s leading manufacturer of commercial plumbing systems and has been in operation since 1906. Headquartered in Franklin Park, Illinois, the company is at the forefront of the green building movement and provides sustainable restroom solutions by manufacturing water-efficient products such as flush valves, electronic faucets and soap dispensing systems, sink systems and vitreous china fixtures for commercial, industrial and institutional markets worldwide.

For more information about this and other continuing education courses, contact Sloan, 10500 Seymour Avenue, Franklin Park, IL 60131.
Telephone 800-9-VALVE-9 (982-5839) or visit

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