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Sensor Taps is one of the well-recognized names in this industry for manufacturing, supplying and exporting an excellent range of Sensor Taps. Our range of automatic sensor taps is equipped with a solenoid valve, infrared sensor, power source, and a tap shell of solid brass. Sensor taps are easy to install and require less space thus are highly admired by our prestigious clients. Our taps can be modified as per the client’s needs/requirements.
We offer a wide variety of designs and functionality to choose from in Faucets. Our portfolio is the most complete, ranging from beautiful single-lever, quarter turn, half turn to technologically advanced products for commercial purpose sensors and push taps.
Why Use Oliva Sensor Taps
- Easy to operate and handle.
- It helps to Reduce the chances of spreading germs & bacteria.
- Reduce Water Wastage by preventing water overflow.
- Save water and money.
- Prevent scalding injury
- Improvements to sensor-controlled fixtures and to low-and no-flow toilets and urinals
Advantages of Sensor Taps
Automatic taps contribute to a more sustainable world in two main ways:
Water conservation: Finding ways to save water is very important. Electronic taps are usually designed with a low flow rate, an aerator in the spout and system, or materials that prevent leakage. For instance, while traditional basin taps pour between 10 and 15 liters per minute, Giampieri sensor taps would not use more than 6 liters and their solenoid valve is closed by default (and placed before the hose, which in this case supports up to 15 bar). Bear in mind that a dripping tap can waste between 300 ml and 1 liter per hour.
- A small office of just 7 people could save 12378.60 liters of water a year installing automatic taps, the equivalent of 155 full baths!
- Water and energy efficiency reduces the total bill amount in dwellings. A British household needs on average 360 liters each day and a portion of it can significantly decrease from 30% to 50% by placing sensor taps in the bathroom and kitchen.