Web Exclusive--Infrared Faucet
February 28, 2002
Geberit Mfg. has introduced its infrared faucet that combines micro-electronic technology with a sleek design. The faucet is battery-powered and requires no electrical hook-up, making installation easy. All faucet components are above the countertop, inside the faucet, eliminating vandalism. The faucet features an infrared optic sensor that adjusts automatically for maximum water and energy savings. It operates on a small six-volt lithium battery that provides up to 200,000 hand washes (approximately three years of use). Finishes include PVD Polished Brass, Brushed Nickel, Polished Nickel, Satin Chrome, Chrome and Two-Tone Brass/Chrome.Geberit Mfg.