Installing sensor faucets is becoming more and more common in malls, offices and other public places where the washroom is a shared space. Most importantly, the touch free faucets offers protection from the threat of germ transmission.
A lot can be said about touch free faucets’ benefits. And now more and more private residences adopt sensor faucets in their kitchens or washrooms, But the majority of households still have the traditional manual type.
Water-saving: The first difference between manual faucets and sensor faucets would be the water output flow. Sensor faucets due to the structure of sensor faucets, it is purposed to have a lower flow rate. And sensor faucets usually have the automatic shut off function. It will stop water flow in case the user fogets to turn off the faucet.
Hygienic Operation: Touchless sensor, no mater automatic type or motion type, eliminate the physical contact to the faucet body. It reduces the transmission of germs and bacteria through water taps.
More Convenience: No need to operate the handle to control the water on/off makes hand washing much more easier and convenient. Users get water flow just when reach out their hands and water stops automatically to avoid wasting.
What Makes You Hesitate?
Initial investment: Sensor faucet normally needs more initial investment than manual faucets at same quality. But in the long run, a sensor faucet actually saves more money than manual faucets. It is not highly recommended for those who still have their faucets in good status and waste it to have a new one. There is one type of sensor device that will helps. Just need to replace the faucet bubbler with the sensor device to increase the faucet sensor function.
Unintentional Activations: Since this type of faucet is activated via sensors detection, an unintentional activation might occur during usage. But usually it will happen only when users just start using sensor products. When users get used to the operation of the sensors. The unintentional activate will be much less.
Power Supply: Sensor faucets need electric power to work. So no power, no water is a common sense. But for now, most faucet accept both battery power and AC power. When there is AC power supply, it will use AC power. And when AC power is cut, it will switch to battery power automatically. Also some faucets use battery power only. So just keep some batteries will solve the problem. And the power consumption of Rajeyn faucet is very low. You need a battery replace maybe in several years.
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