The Innsbrook Selectronic Hands-Free Battery Powered Faucet from American Standard is engineered for long-lasting durability, water conservation and hygienic, touch-free operation. Ideal for commercial applications, this Selectronic bathroom faucet features a programmable, multi-function infrared sensor that detects the user and only delivers water when required.
Sensor-operated faucets only provides water on-demand to save water and energy Hands-free design eliminates the need to touch faucet handles; greatly reducing the transmission of germs Includes CR-P2 lithium battery with 4-year life Durable vandal-resistant brass body is ideal for high-use commercial applications Optional Auto Purge can be active with the remote control to periodically purge stagnant water from the faucet Safety timer turns faucet off if the sensor is covered for more than 1 minute to prevent vandalism Fail-Safe feature automatically shuts off faucet before battery dies to prevent excess water usage and potential flooding Fully enclosed water-resistant solenoid with self-cleaning wiper spring to prevent clogging 0.5 gpm multi-laminar spray saves 77% of water usage compared to a 2.2 gpm faucets On-demand operation saves water by only providing water when hands are in front of the faucet Single supply provides cold or tempered water Detection zone can be adjusted manually or with optional remote control Operates on DC (battery included) Flow rate of 0.5 gpm/1.9 lpm Optional thermostatic mixing valve (605XTMV1070) and remote control (605XRCT), each sold separately
- Water Efficient
- ADA Compliant
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