Sensor taps offer a huge advantage over manually operated models because they reduce water consumption and only flow water when the user’s hand is close to the sensor. They also help improve hygiene in commercial restrooms, as users don’t need to touch the faucet before or after washing their hands. This makes them a great investment and attractive in any restroom facility.
HOW SENSOR TAP WORKS
When the user brings their hand to a preset distance from the faucet, its infrared sensor immediately senses the presence of the hand and automatically releases the water flow. Once the user removes the hand, the sensor detects the hand’s absence and automatically stops the flow. This eliminates the need for any physical contact with the faucet.
HOW TO SELECT SENSOR TAP
Touchless faucets come in many shapes and sizes, although they all serve the same basic function. Choosing a sensor faucet for your home or business according to your application. The style tends to be modern and minimal, suitable for many corporate environments. You need to decide whether your automatic faucet runs on mains or battery power and choose one that is compatible with your high or low-pressure water system.
You should consider the water temperature according to your needs. You don’t necessarily need hot water in every room. In a private bathroom, it is best to connect your faucet to hot and cold water to provide warm water for brushing your teeth or washing your hands and face. However, in a public restroom that is only used for hand washing, you may only connect the faucet to cold water.
Sensor faucets can be installed in a deck-mounted or wall-mounted style, and you should choose the one that best suits your bathroom based on your basin design or bathroom design.
Selecting the right spout height
When it comes to sensor faucets, you must choose the right type of faucet for your sink. If you have a small wash basin, don’t choose a spout that is too high or too deep to avoid splashing all over the place. Countertop sinks, on the other hand, require a tall faucet in order to direct the water to the center of the sink.
If you want to convert your common faucet to an automatic faucet, then you can check our item RJY-10-P201, it’s a small faucet sensor built-in lithium battery(not chargeable), easy to install to your common faucet, then wave your hand to flow water, and wave your hand again to stop the water.
If you need a completely new kitchen sensor faucet, then you can review our series RJY-10-Z101, and RJY-10-Z102, they are battery power(4AA alkaline batteries, not included), convenient to use in the kitchen, and pull down hose can extend to clear the far sink corners, two different spray mode for selecting. Simple installation and suitable for one-hole or three-hole sink application.