Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Look Maw No Hands on Faucets
What used to be a novelty in public restrooms - touchless faucets - are moving into home kitchens. These new hands-free faucets feature high-arc swiveling necks for pot-filling and pull down spigots for rinsing dishes or produce.
These new faucets which turn on and off using combination motion and light sensors help prevent the spread of germs because you never have to touch the controls with dirty hands.
They also conserve water by doling it out only on demand because for every minute a faucet is running, 2 gallons of water are lost down the drain.
Hands free kitchen faucets are available in price ranges of $150.00 to $1,000.00 and are sold by various manufacturers.