Are Crane toilets still made?

Are Crane toilets still made?

Crane Plumbing has manufactured commercial and residential plumbing products for more than 135 years. In 2008, Crane merged with Eljer and American Standard to create American Standard Brands but still manufactures toilets still under the Crane Plumbing brand.

How do I identify my Crane toilet model?

Place the tank lid on the floor. Near the water level mark, you’ll see a four-digit number on the back of the tank. You have the tank model number.

When did Crane go out of business?

July 1, 2010
July 1, 2010 at 7:20 a.m. About 62 years after electronics chain Ken Crane’s was founded, it is going out of business. The family-owned chain based in Hawthorne cited high unemployment, home foreclosures and tight lending policies for its demise.

How do I know if my toilet is standard?

Carefully remove the toilet tank lid and set it gently on the floor, with the bottom facing up. Look for the manufacturer name or a number on the bottom side of the water tank lid.

How much is Crane Plumbing worth?

The company sets new records including sales of greater than $2 billion and net earnings greater than $100 million. Crane launches its operational excellence program and graduates its first class of black belts trained in Six Sigma methods.

How does a toilet flush handle work?

When you push down on a toilet handle, it raises the trip lever and chain, which lifts the flush ball, ultimately letting the water from your toilet tank flow into the bowl. A loose or broken toilet flush handle is a common problem, but you don’t necessarily need to call in a professional plumber to fix it.

Where can I buy parts for my Crane toilet?

Your friends at ® are pleased to offer a variety of “will fit” and OEM parts, from flush valves and tank gaskets to trip levers and bolt caps, to help you get your Crane toilet fixed up and running like new again.

What are the different types of toilet handles?

With so many types of toilets out there, handles come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and materials such as brass or plastic. To ensure your toilet gets the correct refill after each flush, the best way to find a compatible part is to take off the old handle.

Can you replace a side mounted toilet handle?

Toilet flush handles can be front-mounted or side-mounted. If your handle is perpendicular to the wall behind your toilet, you’ll need a side-mounted toilet handle replacement.