Sloan Valve Co.'s ETF-700 electronic gooseneck hand-washing faucet offers convenient sensor operation for facilities that want to conserve water and encourage proper hand washing. Having no buttons to push or handles to turn reduces maintenance and operation costs, while making the wash environment more hygienic and presentable. The 24 VAC, ADA-compliant faucet features a splash-proof circuit control module and troubleshooting LED indicator lights, and is constructed of chrome-plated brass. Touch-free operation of either tempered or hot/cold water on the ETF-700 is accomplished with an adjustable infrared sensor that reflects a beam of light on user's hands to activate the solenoid valve for water flow and automatic resetting. The faucet has a 2.2 gpm/8.3 lpm vandal-resistant laminar flow spray head. Sloan Valve Co.
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February 22, 2005