Silhouet Touchless is a revolution in the world of touchless faucets. It is a Scandinavian mixer developed for bathrooms and kitchens in private apartments and bathrooms in public spaces, where design goes hand in hand with functionality.
Touchless bathroom faucets
Touchless faucets are familiar from airports, shopping malls and gas stations. Their design satisfies one need - to wash one's hands without touching the faucet, which can harbor bacteria. The home bathroom makes far greater demands, and Damixa has found a way to meet them.
Wanting to wash your hands, all you have to do is slide them under the tap to start the water flow. When you push them away, the water stops automatically. The water flow and temperature, on the other hand, can be easily adjusted using the regulator on top of the faucet body. As in a classic faucet, turning it to the right lowers the temperature of the water flow, to the left increases it.
Touchless bathroom faucets - water savings and hygiene
The function of changing the water flow rate is activated when the regulator is pulled upwards, until a characteristic click occurs. Turning the regulator in one direction increases the strength of the water flow, in the opposite direction it decreases or turns it off completely.
So you enjoy all the advantages of a typical faucet, with the advantage that there is no need to touch it all the time. It's simpler, saves water and, most importantly, is more hygienic.
The design of the faucet is extremely simple. It is maintained in a timeless Scandinavian style that fits most homes. Silhouet Touchless faucets fit Silhouet shower systems and are available in three finishes: chrome, brushed brass, matte black. All are durable, easy to clean and resistant to scratches and corrosion.
The sink faucet version for public bathrooms looks identical to copies for private use. However, access to the function of regulating the flow and temperature of water requires the removal of the cover located on top of the body. The cover can be removed by unscrewing the screw located on its rear side.
Touchless kitchen faucets
The kitchen is the heart of the home, and the faucet is an integral part of it. Silhouet Touchless has a thoughtful design. It is attractive, minimalist and pleasing to the eye.
We all know that after touching chicken, fish or raw meat, grabbing the faucet is not the best idea, due to the risk of transferring bacteria to the next person. So... wanting to wash your hands, all you have to do is move them near the sensor located on the body of the faucet. This triggers a stream of water that flows from the faucet for 4, 8 or 12 seconds, depending on the selected setting.
Touchless kitchen faucets - saving water and hygiene
With a touchless kitchen faucet you will find out how convenient it is to fill a pot or kettle with water using only one hand. Even if you didn't think about it before, now you will definitely appreciate this feature. The sensor is set so that water will not flow from the spout if you do not want it to. Hence, you can peel potatoes or use the sink without worrying about it, without activating the water stream.
The water temperature is regulated by a knob located on the left side of the faucet body. When the knob is pulled back until a click occurs, the intensity of the water stream is adjusted with the same element.
The faucet is also equipped with a classic handle for adjusting the temperature and intensity of the water stream, located on the right side of the faucet body. It comes in handy when we need a continuous stream of water or when we want to fill a large vessel with it.
So you enjoy all the advantages of a classic kitchen faucet, except that you don't have to touch it all the time.
The design of the faucet is simple, almost conservative, in an attractive Nordic style. Silhouet Touchless kitchen faucets fit into any interior and are available in three finishes: classic chrome, popular brushed brass and matte black.
Silhouet Touchless installs as easily as a regular faucet. It fits virtually any sink or basin and doesn't take up much space under the countertop. The only difference is the thin wire from the faucet that powers the sensor. The faucet is powered by a small 6V battery, attached with Velcro. The user can easily replace it himself. The need to replace the battery is indicated by a flashing LED, located on the body of the mixer, next to the sensor that activates the water flow.
For more information, visit the company's DAMIXA page on the A&B portal.