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Electronic Sensor Faucets Improve Hygiene and Conserve Water in Commercial Restrooms


1 Hour

About the Course

Course Description: Sensing technologies based on electronics are often used for hands-free activation of plumbing fittings such as faucets to improve user accessibility, overall hygiene, and restroom cleanliness. Electronic plumbing fittings offer sanitary, touch-free operation, while conserving water and energy because they only dispense water when the sensor detects a user and can also limit water delivery duration. This course will cover how electronic sensor faucets improve hygiene in commercial settings, contribute to water conservation and industry regulations will be discussed.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand how electronic sensor faucets improve hygiene in commercial settings.

2. Examine the various technologies, options, and settings available in electronic sensor faucets.

3. Describe the importance of electronic sensor faucet selection for specific markets and applications.

4. Identify how electronic sensor faucets contribute to water conservation.

5. Understand how regulatory compliance factors into electronic sensor faucet selection.

Method of Delivery:

The course is offered to architectural, design and engineering professionals in a breakfast, lunch and learn or after hours setting. The course is presented in PowerPoint.

Cost to Participants:

There is no cost for this program. The course is sponsored by the manufacturer and therefore is offered at no cost. A course attendance document will be presented to attendees for use in filing for CEUs.


0.1 IDCEC CEU, 0.1 or 1 PDH, ASPE CEU

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