The outlet valve in the tank of a toilet, which includes a guided stopper in the tank, itself and a device, which connects the stopper to the handle for flushing. When the handle is pressed, the handle lifts the stopper out of the water in the tank, which allows the water in the tank to drain out through to the bowl of the toilet. Once the handle is released and the water level is lowered, the stopper is pulled back into the water tank. When the stopper is returned to the outlets, it seals and does not allow any more water to flow out of the tank until the handle is pressed again.
1. Compound, which combines during refining with impurities in molten metals.
2. Chemical that isolates heated metal from the oxygen in the air, aiding in the removal of oxidation during welding, soldering or brazing and allowing better metal flow in the joint.
Cutting tool, attached to a shaft or arbor, which is used to cut circular sections out of material. A drill motor turns the arbor making the bit revolve around the arbor. The adjustable arm can change the diameter of the hole that can be cut, by increasing or decreasing the distance of the bit from the arbor.