Suite of Lavatory Solutions Allows for Freedom of Movement

In the Talis Select S and E faucets the flow of water is turned on and off with a touch of the Select button.

In the Talis Select S and E faucets the flow of water is turned on and off with a touch of the Select button.

Hansgrohe, in collaboration with Phoenix Design, has brought a suite of lavatory solutions to the market. The Talis E and Talis S lines offer Select technology, available in Hansgrohe’s bathroom faucet category. The Select feature allows for intuitive operation and freedom of movement around the sink. Characterized by a seamless transition of spout to faucet body, the Talis E line features a flat silhouette, while the Talis S line has a round, conical shape.

Select Offers Seamless Operation

In the Talis Select S and E faucets, the flow of water is turned on and off with a touch of the Select button, which can be engaged with the forearm or elbow. This functionality does not require electricity or other devices in the base cabinet. What’s more, its push button operation encourages users to turn the water off during tasks like brushing teeth, thereby helping to save water.  

Talis Conserves Resources

The entire Talis range integrates Hansgrohe’s EcoRight feature, resulting in a low flow rate of 1.2 GPM. EcoRight products employ Hansgrohe’s air injection technology, which mixes air with water for a more voluminous spray. The available CoolStart function ensures that pipes are not filled with warm water and that continuous-flow heaters and circulation pumps do not start up unless they are really needed. When the handle is set to the middle position, only cold water flows from the tap. For hot water, the handle must be turned to the left.

Complementary Tub Fittings

Talis S and E fittings for the tub and bidet are available to complement the lavatory faucets. This assortment includes three and four hole roman tub spout trims, freestanding tub fillers, and tub spouts.

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