Our Sensor taps offer a significant advantage over manually controlled taps as they use less water and only work when the user's hands are on the sensor. They are a great investment and an attractive feature in any bathroom. They are a good investment and a nice feature for any washroom.
They are also known as infrared taps or automatic taps or touchless taps. These motion sensor taps provide the best washroom hygiene due to their non-touch operation. They also save water compared to lever and twist turn alternatives. They are timed to ensure that they only run for the set amount of time.
These automated taps can be supplied with either mains or battery power. With Tapron, you can choose from various finishes, including gold, black sensor taps, chrome, or brushed stainless steel.
Traditional bathroom and washroom faucets are operated by a lever or push-button mechanism. All require that the user make physical contact with the basin fitting to activate the water flow. An electric tap activates the water flow by users placing their hands within the 23-26 cm range.
A sensor tap emits an invisible infrared LED light. The valve will shut off automatically to conserve water if the hand is moved away.
Non-touch control bathroom taps are designed to use without touching the surface. This reduces the risk of accidental contact with bacteria, germs or infections. You can set the temperature either by the operator or by the user. This will ensure that the water is always warm and comfortable for handwashing.
Automatic sensor taps are available in both mains - or battery-powered versions. They can be used in almost any bathroom, making them an excellent choice for healthcare and leisure applications that require good hand hygiene to prevent and control infection.
The sensor tap activates water flow automatically when a user puts their hands under or in front of it. If movement is not detected, the signal is sent to stop the water flow.
These electric taps are typically more efficient than standard ones, meaning that you will use less water. A touchless tap can't be left on accidentally since it is only turned on when they sense motion or infrared lights. Electronic taps can save between 20-40% on water consumption.
From our blog on “A Hygienic Solution - Sensor Taps”, you will get brief idea.
For more details you can also refer to our blogs: Traditional Taps vs Sensor Taps
Designing bathrooms with hygiene in mind has become a top priority, both now and in the future. In order to prevent contact, touchless bathroom equipment, such as sensor taps, are increasingly essential, not just in their typical public environment but also for private houses.
One option that ensures health and well-being in the bathroom is the use of automatic taps with sensors since they don't require any manual handling or operation.
Because they serve as a conduit between the outside world and the rest of our body, our hands are in continual contact with it. There are now technology solutions that can serve as barriers to protect ourselves and others, in addition to properly washing our hands to stop the transmission of illnesses and germs.
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