Faucet Line Features Standardized Components

The Sloan Connect App enables building owners and facility managers to collect data and adjust settings without having to disassemble the sink.
The Sloan Connect App enables building owners and facility managers to collect data and adjust settings without having to disassemble the sink.

Sloan has introduced its updated Optima faucet line.

The Optima faucet line maintains its spout designs; the sensor faucet with a large installed unit base. Underneath those designs, Sloan has leveraged its experience in automatic sensor faucets to include some different technology. Using standardized components, these products reduce the time to install.

Adding to its convenience, each faucet control now features wireless capability. The Sloan Connect App, available for free for both iOS and Android smartphones, enables building owners and facility managers to collect data and adjust settings without having to disassemble the sink or spend time working on the restroom floor.

Sloan Optima faucets come with standard mounting hardware. All connections are quick-connect and eliminate under-sink clutter, while the faucet control includes an integrated water shut-off, a twist-off solenoid, a battery pack and a sensor range adjustment button for those who don’t want to use the smartphone app. The same faucet can be powered by four AA batteries, a wall adapter plug or an optional hybrid energy turbine.

Optima faucets also offer water-saving features, including LEED compliant 0.35 gpm sprayheads and adjustable timeouts. 

For more information on the updated line of Optima faucets, visit the Sloan website.

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