Keeping up with our commitment to provide the best product in the market and to present easy and comfortable solutions for water and energy saving, we are excited to present our Dual Sense electronic tap solutions.
With that being said, we want to talk about the Hydron Dual Sense, a smart technology specially designed for kitchen faucets.
Our Dual Sense Technology combines the familiarity of a traditional handle with the versatility of touch control. Seamlessly switch between using the handle or a gentle touch anywhere on the faucet to turn the water on and off. With this technology, users have the freedom to choose their preferred method of water flow control, neat right?
Unlike other standard capacitive systems, Sedal Dual Sense technology adds a second sensor to the handle, so the manual operation takes priority, to permanently grant water flow and make the user experience more intuitive. With just one sensor you need two moves to open and close the water flow: one to open the cartridge and another one to turn on the sensor, touching any part of the faucet. With Sedal Dual Sense Technology, there is no need! With a second sensor in the handle, just touching it to turn on the faucet, you will be also turning on and off the sensor, and therefore, user experience will be as intuitive as using a standard faucet.
- Priority on Usability: Unlike standard capacitive systems, Sedal Dual Sense technology adds a second sensor to the handle, ensuring that manual operation always takes priority.
- Independent inlets for easy installation and operation, minimizing hose mess. Benefit from the standard ½” gas thread, simplifying the installation process.
- Independent outlets. This is really cool! Because as the water is not mixed in the electronic system itself, but in a standard cartridge, you can choose almost any other cartridge technology to mix the water like Ecoflow, TOP, or for example, Termaclick, including all their mechanical features.
- Switch to one sensor: You can also choose to have just one sensor and use the faucet either manually with the handle and then touch the faucet to turn it on, or with both sensors so it is more intuitive and
- For slim faucets: for a traditional loop installation, four hoses are needed, cold water intel and hot water intel to enter the mixer in the faucet, then a third hose for the mixed water to enter the single sense valve and then a final one for the water to return to the faucet (you can see this in image number 1) with this type of installation, you need a wide diameter faucet. With our dual sense valve, you just need two! Since the cold and hot water passes thru the valve to arrive unmixed in the faucet, you just need two entrances, reducing the minimum diameter needed for the faucet (You can see this in image number 2).
Sounds great right? Got Questions? If you have any inquiries or demands, feel free to reach out to us. We are here to assist you every step of the way.