Touchless faucets incorporate a technology that is both a convenient and beneficial addition to both your kitchen and bathroom areas. In addition, the energy efficient faucets conserve freshwater as well as help to reduce the spread of bacteria and germs. If you’re interested in upgrading to the latest features in bathroom and kitchen fixtures, consider touchless faucets for your home.
About Touch Technology
There is a variety of touchless faucet styles and finishes to choose from that blend with any kitchen or bathroom décor. You’ll also have the option of choosing faucets that feature either a touch or sensory option.
The Touchless Sensory System
The sensory system features sensors that detect movement. This can include moving your hand back and forth underneath the spigot, which is the type used in many public restrooms.
Touchless faucets are also available with what is known as a “sensing field”. With this style, if you come within a certain radius of the faucet, sensors activate and turn on the water automatically. When you move away from the designated area, the sensors deactivate and turn the water off.
The Touch System
With the touch system, you can use your hand, finger, arm or elbow to “touch” the faucet spout or neck to turn the water on and off. This is especially helpful if you need to use your hands for other tasks, such as rinsing vegetables or rinsing lathered hands and need easy access to water.
Benefits of Touchless Faucets
First and foremost, touchless faucets provide a high level of convenience as well as significant energy efficiency. Along with these two features, the faucets also provide these benefits to the kitchen or bathroom.
- When working with raw meat in the kitchen, you don’t want to pass on germs to the faucet handle. The same benefit is true if you need to rinse messy hands and you don’t want to get the handle dirty with gunk or grime. A touchless faucet eliminates the problem.
- Germs and bacteria can last for an extended period even with the most diligent cleaning routine. Eliminate the possibility of contaminating the faucet with bacteria or germs that may be present.
- In homes with multiple household members, faucets receive a workout throughout the day and night. The more the handle is turned, the more wear and tear to the internal components, which results in the need for repair or replacement.
- With a sensor system, you’ll save money on your water bill and conserve a natural resource. A good example of water abuse is allowing the faucet to run while brushing your teeth. On average, a traditional faucet allowed to run continuously can use up to 2 gallons of water per minute. With the tap turned off, you’ll use approximately .25 gallons.
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