Handsfree or touchless faucets for the bathroom can be an ideal money and water saving improvement to any personal or public restroom. With many designs to choose between these offer an economical solution to problems that can arise from sinks left running unattended to rusting and repair of faucet handles.
Hands free faucets are run by an electronic sensor, often battery or AC power operated, that turns the water on when something is placed in front of the sensory detection and turns off the water when it is removed.
Popular Brands of Touchless Faucets for the Bathroom
As one might expect there are a lot of well known and not so well known brands that offer touch free sinks or specialized faucets for commercial and private restrooms. Here are some of the most highly reviewed brands you can find on the market today.
American Standard, perhaps one of the most popular choices, offers a large variety of handsfree electric or Selectronic faucets. Some of their most popular models are made up of polished chrome finishes and range in price from just under $200 to about $600.
Kohler is another popular and well-known brand when it comes to sensor faucets. Their touchless faucet selection is quite broad - featuring both traditional and contemporary styles to fit most preferences as well as price ranges that appeal to a broader level of consumer. Kohler has models ranging in price from just under $70 to a touch over $700.
Touchless Adaptors Make Any Faucet Handsfree
Touch free adaptors are sold under several names and models but one of the popular names and models you will find is the iTouchless, EZ Faucet Adaptor available in several styles and ranging from$50 to $75. The average model is battery operated to run on average 4 AAA batteries (sold separately).
Hands free and touchless faucets for the bathroom can add elegance, convenience and sanitation to any home or office. Consider how one of these could benefit your day to day life as well as your impact on water conservation.