Zip AquaSense Taps allow you to control your water efficiently, conserve energy and reduce your costs without sacrificing performance and reliability. The Zip 6 Star Wels rated AquaSense taps helps you save money on your water usage. Zip AquaSense Taps offer hygienic water dispensing solutions. The touch-free operation helps avoid cross infection and the easy-to-use […]
November 21st, 2008
Zip AquaSense Taps allow you to control your water efficiently, conserve energy and reduce your costs without sacrificing performance and reliability. The Zip 6 Star Wels rated AquaSense taps helps you save money on your water usage.
Zip AquaSense Taps offer hygienic water dispensing solutions. The touch-free operation helps avoid cross infection and the easy-to-use functionality is ideal for the disabled or elderly.
This hygienic water dispensing solution is available to all market segments with a 20 second surgical scrub option for cleaning basin or trough otherwise water flow stops within 2 seconds of removing hands from sensor, available on some models.
Anti reflective design eliminates potential for water run-on due to reflective surfaces. Superior heavy-duty construction offers resistance to vandalism and misuse. Available in deck- and wall- mounted configurations.
Delivery time: 1 – 2 working days
Applications: Suitable for reflective surfaces due to unique sensor design.
Finish: Brushed Stainless Steel
Manufacturer: Zip Heaters (Aust) Pty Ltd
Designer: Zip Heaters (Aust) Pty Ltd
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