Compare Tapmaster® hands-free faucet controllers to other systems
Tapmaster® Superior Hands-Free Faucet Systems
Tapmaster® hands-free faucet controllers can be hooked up to almost any existing faucet, making them extremely versatile unlike sensor and automatic faucets. They’re low maintenance, economical and easy to install. Compare Tapmaster® by reviewing the chart below to appreciate its value.
• Powered by electricity.
• Sensor faucets equipped with a proximity sensor.
• Activated by user waving hands in front of an electronic faucet sensor.
• When user waves hands to activate electronic faucet sensor, contaminated water is spread.
• Expensive to purchase and install.
• Additional monthly costs added to energy bill.
• Installation complicated and time intensive, particularly for sensor faucets that require electricity.
• Over time, sensor faucets require maintenance as proximity sensors can be finicky and often require repairs throughout their lifespan.
• Tapmaster® uses unique and intuitive knee and foot operated activators, optimizing hygiene.
• Tapmaster® hands-free faucet controllers use existing pressure in the water lines to activate water flow, incurring no additional operating costs as Tapmaster® does not use electricity or batteries.
• Unlike electronic faucets, Tapmaster® hands-free faucet controllers are affordable, easy to install and virtually maintenance free.
• Tapmaster® is reliable, hygienic and water-efficient.
• Tapmaster® faucet controllers are activated by a gentle touch of the foot or knee, making them completely hygienic and hands-free. Electronic faucets require the user to wave their hands in front of the sensor to activate, presenting a contamination risk.
• Tapmaster® products are reasonably priced compared to electronic faucets.
• Tapmaster® products are quick and easy to install due to their simple design.
• Once activated, Tapmaster® hands-free faucets provide a short burst of water before immediately turning off. This negates the risk of unnecessary water flow, saving you money on your monthly water bill.
• The sturdy, durable construction of Tapmaster® hands-free faucet controllers mean that they require virtually no maintenance, making them an excellent long-term solution.
• Sensor faucets or hands-free faucets use a button activator as opposed to a typical faucet handle.
• Powered by batteries.
• Activated by user waving hands in front of sensor.
• When user waves hands to activate faucet sensor, contaminated water is spread.
• Expensive to purchase and install as sensor technology is complicated to manufacture.
• Additional costs include changing batteries regularly, future maintenance due to complicated moving parts inside sensor.
• Installation complicated and time intensive.
• Proximity sensors can be finicky and often require repairs throughout their lifespan.