In times of pandemic, automatic sensor taps in Gurgaon have become a necessity for our bathrooms. These sensor taps are rather popular these days since they include built-in sensors that detect motion. As a result, anytime an item emerges in front of the tap, such as a hand, the water flow is immediately released. This eliminates the requirement for human contact entirely.
An automatic faucet is quite helpful in maintaining a hygienic environment around you. The freedom to access taps without touching absolutely anything is a major factor contributing to the lesser water consumption of the space as well.
With our Euronics’ range of wall-mounted and counter or basin mounted automatic sensor taps, it has become easier for all to access what we have got to offer. Since they are operated through a sensor, they are quite energy-efficient as well.
Types of Sensor Taps
Our stylish wall-mounted sensor taps are fixed to the wall. They are installed right above the basin area. This gives the users extra space to wash their hands.
Our Basin mounted sensor taps can be easily installed on the basin. They give a very attractive and decorative effect to the entire space.
Our Counter mounted sensor taps can be easily installed on any counter, right where a basin is kept on the top.
Our sensor taps in Gurgaon lead the chart, not just because of their beautiful appearance but also because of the unique features that come with our products.
With Euronics, you may save at least 70-80 percent of your water use while maintaining accessibility and ease. A manual to automated tap converter is also available in Euronics’ sensor tap line. This device is simple to install with your standard manual tap and will instantly begin operating as an automated sensor tap.
The versatile Sensor Taps come with built-in sensors that allow it to detect motion and when an object appears, like a hand in front of the tap, it automatically lets out the flow of water immediately. They provide the minimal levels of water consumption because they switch off automatically. Hence this can lead to a cut down of water wastage by up to 70%.
Additionally, they regulate water at a consistently regulated temperature all year round.