Why touchless faucets are designed with vandal resistant function?
Most bathroom touchless faucets are often designed with vandal-resistant features because they are typically installed in public restrooms, where they may be subject to intentional or accidental damage. Vandalism can include scratching, denting, or otherwise damaging the faucet, as well as tampering with its electronic components or sensors.
Vandal-resistant features can include the use of durable materials such as brass or stainless steel for the faucet body, as well as the addition of security screws, tamper-resistant caps, or other physical barriers to prevent unauthorized access to the internal components. Some touchless faucets also include anti-tamper software that can detect and respond to attempts to modify or disable the sensor.
By incorporating these vandal-resistant features, touchless faucets can help to reduce the risk of damage and ensure that they remain functional and hygienic for all users.