Today’s era loves technology. Whether in the living room or kitchen, tech has crept into every sphere of our lives. To the point that the latest technology has reached the bathrooms, too—a space where one soaks, relaxes and rejuvenates. The market is filled with products that have made the act a very wholesome and luxurious experience. While tons of products have been modified with the tech, this blog will delve into the world of taps. Not the manual one, but the sensor faucets and taps. We will discuss in detail sensor taps, the advantages of sensor taps, how they can add comfort to your life and which finishes you must pick for your bathroom:
At Kohler, every product is designed uniquely. We use state-of-the-art technology to create reliable and durable products which stand the test of time and last for generations. Every feature is added to modify the products and make them convenient.
Sensor Taps Advantages
- Sensor taps are the types of tap with an aerator that makes the water flow. It is generally observed that sensor faucets require less water than their manual counterparts. As a result, many consumers usually prefer installing sensor taps to enhance their bathroom activities.
- Kohler sensor faucets improve water savings. Our designers use a superior amalgamation of technology with design to ensure maximum convenience.
- Kohler sensor faucets use less water without affecting the taps’ functionality. For instance, water flows out of the taps only when the hands are anywhere under the faucet.
- Due to the sensor feature and controlled water flow, there is less splish and splash of water, keeping the bathroom clean and less messy.
- The hand-washing process gets more accessible and more hygienic. As observed, manual taps require one to touch them to open one; however, the sensor faucets work on their motion sensors. Therefore, it reduces touching and the possibility of infecting or contaminating others with germs. After COVID-19, sensor taps have become necessary in the market, especially in public and workplace bathrooms.
- There has been a massive increase in the demand for sensor taps in the luxury bathrooms’ sector. Consumers are getting comfortable with the superior safety sensor faucets in the washroom environment. To help people use it appropriately, directions or signs can be included. In a nutshell, these taps work perfectly as bathroom faucets or kitchen sink faucets. This will avoid uncertain situations like leaving the faucets running or splashing water all over the bathroom.
- There is no hassle involved in installing the sensor taps, as they are mainly like the regular and manual ones. However, you must have constant energy or batteries to work efficiently.
- You can easily trust sensor taps for durability. This majorly depends on the brand of the product and how you take care of faucets for it to last longer.
See Also: INTRODUCTION TO KOHLER FAUCETS
Smart Features of Kohler Sensor Taps
- Kohler’s sensor taps have reliable touchless activation.
- There are LED lights which highlight that the tap is ready to use
- It operates via AC power.
- No batteries are required for Kohler sensor taps
- Pull-down spray head to switch between water flows (stream, sweep spray and berry soft spray)
- The sweep spray function in Kohler products ensures that the nozzles have a powerful flow of water, most suitable for kitchen sinks.
Why Choose Kohler Touchless Faucet Designs?
Kohler touchless faucets come in varied styles, finishes and features. These products come in every finish, starting from semi-pro faucets, styles like high-arch spouts, faucets with pull-down or pull-out designs, standard-spout kitchen faucets, voice-activated faucets, and finishes faucets like Polished Chrome and Vibrant PVD finishes. Kohler’s impressive finishes vary from brushed brass, matte black, polished chrome, oil-rubbed bronze, polished nickel, stainless steel, and many such vibrant and immersive faucets collections.
Frequently Asked Questions
The faucet is the part of the sink from which the water flows. Faucets are also commonly known as taps. These can be fixed in your bathrooms and kitchen sinks.
Faucets are part of fixtures. The sanitary fixtures include faucets, taps, showers, sinks, bathtubs, toilets and bidets.
The different faucet types include wall-mounted taps, Pull-Down kitchen faucets, Cartridge faucets, and double-handle faucets.
The primary function of this device is to control the flow of water which comes out of the tap and also control the steam.