The electric faucet is the latest technological innovation in home water heating. This device is high-performance and offers numerous advantages over traditional bathroom taps.
The special feature of the electric faucet is its ability to heat water without the use of other mechanisms or a connected boiler, but by using electrical energy only. Thanks to its internal electrical control unit, it is possible to precisely regulate the water temperature, ensuring a constant and even flow.
The electric tap is particularly useful in situations where the space available under the basin does not allow the installation of a traditional gas or electric water heater, and is therefore an ideal solution for modern, designer bathrooms.
In terms of energy savings, the electric tap offers numerous advantages. Using low power (between 2 and 5 watts) and requiring a current draw of only 220-240V/50Hz, the electric faucet saves considerably on the electricity bill, while also reducing water consumption.
The design of the electric faucet is particularly well thought out, with elegant, clean lines that fit in perfectly with any style of bathroom décor. Furthermore, the installation of the device is extremely simple and does not require the intervention of a plumber: simply connect the device to a common power socket and select the desired hot water temperature via a convenient knob.
The electric tap is also equipped with safety features, such as an automatic cut-off device in the event of an overload and a protection system against excessive water pressure, ensuring greater reliability and safety in use.
Thanks to its ability to deliver hot water instantaneously, the electric tap avoids wasting water by having to run the water for a few seconds before it reaches the desired temperature. In this way, the electric tap helps to conserve water resources and reduce the environmental impact of water consumption.
Electric taps are very easy to clean and maintain, as they have no moving or mechanical parts that are subject to wear and tear as in traditional taps.