In today’s business climate, facility managers face ever-mounting pressure to reduce costs and become more environmentally-conscious. Ironically, one of the most universally-used resources is one of the most frequently overlooked areas for immediate conservation opportunities: water.
Every year, about 48 million Americans get sick from eating contaminated food, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recent norovirus outbreaks have brought renewed focus on hygiene to foodservice kitchens. Using hands-free sensor faucets can aid in safe, thorough handwashing, one of the most effective tools against food contamination.
Hands-free sensor faucets improve hygiene and save water and energy. These modern faucets are gaining wide traction in foodservice, healthcare, hospitality and other industries, but they're most effective and longest-lasting when they’re set up correctly at installation. Here....
The new EC-3104 family of faucets includes redesigned mounting hardware that allows operators in a wider variety of applications to replace existing two-hole faucets with efficient, hygienic sensor faucets.
T&S' David Scelsi speaks with Plumbing Engineer about the growing popularity of hands-free sensor technology, the benefits it offers and what may be coming next in plumbing technology.
T&S Brass and Bronze Works has released a series of sensor faucets designed to accommodate 4” center-to-center, wall-mount installations.
From airports to office buildings and every stop between, hands-free sensor faucets are showing up in more and more places. But despite the overall growth and the compelling benefits of going hands-free, sensor faucets have not widely made their way to commercial kitchens, where frequent handwashing is critical for the safety of workers and guests. Here's why they should.
A few simple steps can help facilities get the most life from their faucets, starting at the beginning with selecting the right fixtures for the job. Use these tips for everything from proper installation to ongoing maintenance to cut costs and save time.
T&S Brass has released a new sensor faucet designed to make retrofitting deck-mounted, two-hole faucets easy
Sensor faucets are the sleek, modern choice for many public facilities. But if you need a little convincing before making the switch, we’ve got four great reasons it’s time.
As business reopen their doors to the public, many are focusing on health and safety measures. A major component is plumbing fixtures, which are critical to supporting hygiene but can also pose their own challenges as frequently touched surfaces.
Even as electronic sensor faucets get more popular and show up in more locations, some may be wondering if it’s worth it to make the switch. We explore some common objections to sensor faucets and offer some pros and cons to weigh in your decision-making.
T&S Brass is making handwashing easier and more accessible with a line of new portable sinks designed to provide handwashing capabilities in areas not normally equipped for it.
Because of COVID, there’s a heightened awareness about the importance of hygiene and the impact it can have on our health. But getting clean is not always as easy it seems.
Public demand for hygiene is compelling restaurants to focus on improving their facilities. Hands-free is here to stay in many public places. Here are some considerations for restaurants to boost their hygiene bona fides with touchless plumbing options.