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Mixer tap «Water Symphony»

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The "Water Symphony" conception consists in the electronic arrangement of the mixer tap, which does not require touching it, but, at the same time, allowing quick and precise adjusting of the needed functions. Also, there is a display situated on the tap, where the water pressure, its temperature and the amount of liters spent for one time and for the last thirty days are displayed.
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  • Mixer tap «Water Symphony»
    An innovative mixer tap with the touch free cooperation function.

    The "Water Symphony" conception consists in the electronic arrangement of the mixer tap, which does not require touching it, but, at the same time, allowing quick and precise adjusting of the needed functions. Also, there is a display situated on the tap, where the water pressure, its temperature and the amount of liters spent for one time and for the last thirty days are displayed.
     
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  • The inspiration for this tap's creation was a symphony, where the key figure is a band-master, who directs and coordinates his orchestra's performance. Within this mixer tap's conception anybody can feel oneself in a role of a band-master, directing the water pressure and temperature with the help of the hand motions and sensors, which respond to a person's approach and enjoying the water sounds.

    A microprocessor, which processes the incoming settings is installed under the sink. The water flows through the heating elements reservoir, heating up to the needed temperature. Consequently, only the cold water enters the tap, its heating is performed at a needed time and the heated water passes the shortest way, excluding the heat loss and the odd energy consumption for the constant heating.
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