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"-90%"A.I.P.F / Atomization induction public faucet

Saving water and sanitation is a truly global issue that affects more than a billion people today. Designed for small and medium-sized cities in southeast Asia, the public faucet USES a pressurized atomized nozzle that breaks the water into millions of tiny droplets. It turns into a high speed fog and spews from the faucet. This will increase the contact area between the water and the hand, almost using all the water coming out of the faucet. That's nearly 90 percent less water than a regular faucet. It also USES a hidden sensor system that does not need to touch the faucet to avoid cross-contamination.

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Beihai College of art and design

Beihai College of art and design
北海, China

子俊 戴,
Beihai College of art and design

凌 张,
Beihai College of art and design

嘉敏 成,
Beihai College of art and design

仰恩 李,
Beihai College of art and design