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Can Touchless Fixtures Help Your Commercial Building Facility Save Money?

By |2023-08-02T17:02:32-04:00August 2nd, 2023|Categories: Touchless Fixtures|Tags: , , , , , |

While the initial investment in touchless fixtures may be higher compared to traditional fixtures, the long-term cost savings and benefits they provide can outweigh the upfront expenses. It's important to consider factors such as water and energy rates, maintenance costs, and user needs when assessing the potential cost savings associated with touchless fixtures for a specific commercial building facility. Touchless fixtures, such as touchless faucets and sensor-operated toilets, are designed to minimize water wastage. These fixtures only activate when needed, reducing the risk of faucets or toilets being left running accidentally. This water-saving feature can lead to significant reductions in water consumption, resulting in lower water bills for the facility. They often incorporate energy-saving technologies. For example, touchless faucets are typically equipped with sensors that [...]

Touchless Fixtures from Now On!

By |2020-07-05T09:37:07-04:00June 3rd, 2020|Categories: Touchless Faucets, Touchless Fixtures|Tags: , , , |

Touchless fixtures are the future and the future is now! Touchless fixtures such as faucets, auto-flush, soap and tissue dispensers, and hand dryers are quickly becoming essential to provide a healthier work environment in commercial facilities. Touch free fixtures improve hygiene for team members and customers, reduce operating costs, conserve water and energy, and provide pleasing aesthetics. With appropriate electronic sensor devices, quality training and posted reminders for healthy hygiene practices, individuals can significantly reduce the risk of absorbing pathogens via the mucous membranes or passing them on to others. Restrooms with manual faucets, flushers dispensers and dryers, are a prime breeding ground for germs. Touchless devices offer sanitary, hands-free operation. They only dispense product when the sensor detects a user and they can also [...]