Friday, September 19, 2008

Automatic Faucet Adaptor

Not only is it becoming more and more morally justifiable to save energy in and around the home (regardless of whether or not we are responsible for global warming, our Earth has finite resources), but people are also starting to realize that is economically advantageous to not use energy. Many municipalities now charge for water along with other utilities such as electricity. In the developed world, water is constantly at our fingertips, and often times we abuse the privilege of having fresh, potable water by inadvertently wasting it in the shower or washing dished in the kitchen. Luckily, a product has specifically been developed to help conserve water on the sink. The Automatic Faucet Adapter is a great product for the kitchen sink, one that will save you a noticeable amount of water in the long run.

Similar to bathroom units that run only when you stick your hand under the sink, the Automatic Faucet Adaptor implements infrared sensors that detect movements. The unit is adjustable and can attach to any standard faucet. Even when you are using the Automatic Faucet Adaptor, you can still change the temperature by adjusting existing faucets' handles. You can also set the flow of the water and keep it on, because only when movement is detected will the water flow take place. There is also an override On/Off switch that lets you turn the water on or off manually.

Yes, the Automatic Faucet Adaptor conserves water, but there are other advantages as well. For one, you don't have to worry about dirty fingerprints or water marks on the faucet! Secondly, because you aren't touching the faucets' handles, you are minimizing the spread of infectious diseases like the flu or common cold.

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