SmartFaucets: Ultimate Solution for the CA Drought

SmartFaucets has been lab tested by the International Association of Plumbing & Mechanical Officials (iAMPO) to handle 550,000 hits without failure giving it a lifespan of 30 years if used 50 times a day, including battery life.
Other benefits of the SmartFaucets system:
  • They are approved by PACE; a government backed financing program in 37 states. With that program, building owners can install Smart Faucets with no payment for one to three years, while saving water gas, electric, paper towels and trash.
  • In addition, each unit qualifies for up to $140 per unit installed in federal tax credit. Unlike most touchless technology that cost money, SmartFaucets saves money from day one and for many years to come.
  • A transparent label can be placed and removed daily for further sanitation, users need only their knuckle to control the touchpad.
  • The touchpad offers four preset the temperature to hot, cold, warmer, warm making it more sanitary and convenient not having to adjust that water temperature
  • Installation is easy and can be done in just 10 minutes. Click here to see video which includes the installation instructions as well as other Smart Faucet highlights
  •  A hotel’s name and logo can also be applied to the touchpad.
  • An electronic touchpad can be attached to bathtub or Jacuzzi to replace faucet handles, to avoid costly bathtub overflow.
  • For showers - this electronic touchpad can also be placed outside the shower to activate the hot water first before stepping in to avoid that first splash of cold water, and a benefit to architects and designers by expanding the shower space.
  • For new construction, 100,000 gallons saving in water means reduction in water meter pipe size which means lower water meter charges and monthly fees.
  • SmartFaucets are both sanitary and convenient and can help end the acute drought shortage.
In conclusion, unlike most green technology that conserve only one natural resource SmartFaucets conserve all three water, gas, electric paper towels and trash. SmartFaucets can help avoid building costly billion-dollar desalination which will triple water rates as it is highly reliant on energy cost, which is contrary to the reason for going green. The system is now being tested to potentially generate 5 carbon credits per room per year, which can generate additional revenue for hoteliers.
Joanna Boey will be presenting the SmartFaucets system today, June 13 at 12:00 pm PT during a luncheon at the California Lodging Expo® and Conference, California’s Premier Lodging Trade Show, taking place at The Commerce Casino and Hotel in Los Angeles. On Saturday, June 25th, Boey will be representing SmartFaucets at the Taiwan Hotel & Motel Association of Southern California event at the Hilton Irvine Orange County Airport. SmartFaucets is a women owned business based in Irvine, MA. For more information, visit

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