Touch2O lavatory faucets

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Delta’s Touch2O touch-activated, hands-free technology can be turned on and off with the simple tap of a finger, back of the hand, elbow, etc.

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Delta’s Touch2O touch-activated, hands-free technology can be turned on and off with the simple tap of a finger, back of the han

July 16, 2011

Delta’s Touch2O touch-activated, hands-free technology is now available for residential lavatory faucets. The faucet can be turned on and off with the simple tap of a finger, back of the hand, elbow, etc., for use when users’ hands are messy or full. The company also offers Touch2Oxt technology, which enables users to turn the water on by simply approaching the faucet’s sensing field or tapping the faucet anywhere on the spout or handle.

Editors’ Comments: Remember the old lamps that turned on with the tap of a finger? Delta’s popular Touch2O technology works the same way.

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