The popularity of touchless sensor taps is on the rise in commercial, hospitality, and even residential design. Combining cleanliness and style, the range of Geberit touch free taps are a great product for your next project.
March 2nd, 2018
A unique feature of the Geberit touchless sensor taps is that the flowing water of the tap actually generates power to recharge the fixture. This power generational means no main supply is required, eliminating casual standby power consumption. The touchless tap is the perfect solution for everyone who sets a high value on sustainability, ecology, and aesthetics.
The small generator that makes the touchless taps independent from the mains power supply or battery power is a true engineering feat. Whenever the tap is in use, the flowing water charges the accumulator via a hydroelectric turbine that produces electricity. The electricity is then loaded an accumulator that makes sure that the tap is operational at any time.
This system reduces the ecological impact by 50% compared to the use of batteries and 80% compared to an electrical connection making it the ideal solution for sustainable projects.
Easy to install in a standard bathroom, Geberit’s touchless tap is a power and cost saving option for modern designers. The energy accumulator has an operating life of at least 10 years, and installation itself is quick and virtually tool-free.
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