WaterSense faucets save water with the touch of a finger
Much of the water ran in the kitchen ends up wasted, but a new touch-sensitive faucet helps get the most out of every drop.
At the 2016 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, Laura Brooks, senior brand manager for Brizo with the Delta Faucet Company, reviewed the SmartTouch technology that's available on the new Articulating Kitchen Faucet platform.
Brizo’s technology, allow users to to activate the water flow with a simple touch to the faucet body, spout, or handle. The touch-sensitive faucet can keep water at a constant temperature and pressure from use to use. This unique functionality makes it easy to activate the water flow only when needed, helping to reduce water usage. Its flexible operation also promotes safe food handling and efficiency of motion during prep work and clean up.
Inspired by the timeless design and definitive functionality of an architect lamp, the Brizo brand continues to evolve its kitchen category offerings with a new collection of articulating kitchen faucets. A clever twist to the classic pull-down architecture, the spray wand can be easily docked and undocked for maximum function and efficiency while touting high-design.
Read more about WaterSense certified fixtures.
Companies: Delta Faucet Company
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