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Q / hand washer, drinking fountain

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The average taps of the sinks in trade are falling the water down from a central port. The shape of the water jet can be altered by altering the shape of the port, which supports the distribution of the water on a much wider surface alongside the being much efficient and waste reducing. Based on these principles, the port can be redesigned creatively to achieve maximum efficiency and reduce wastage to the possible minimum.

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University of West Hungary

University of West Hungary
Sopron, Hungary

Design

Török, Adam

Török, Adam
Heves, Hungary