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How Touchless Faucets Work?

Touchless faucets, also known as motion-activated faucets, are faucet that allows you to turn on the water without physically touching the faucet handle. These faucets use sensors to detect motion and respond by turning on the water flow. The sensors are typically located at the base of the faucet or on the spout. When you place your hands or an object such as a cup under the spout, the sensor detects the motion and sends a signal to the valve or solenoid to open the water flow. The water then flows out of the spout until the sensor no longer detects motion, at which point the valve or solenoid closes the flow of water. Some also have temperature control sensors that allow you to adjust the temperature of the water without touching the faucet. These sensors are usually located on the side of the faucet or on a separate control box. These faucets are often powered by batteries, which are typically located underneath the sink and most Fontana models have an AC adapter option as well. All our touchless faucets have an automatic shut-off feature that turns off the water flow after a certain amount of time has passed. No doubt our faucets offer a convenient and hygienic option for public spaces, as they reduce the spread of germs and minimize the need for physical contact with potentially contaminated surfaces.

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