marble and brass in a statement hotel bathroom design by Crosswater

Crosswater’s new sensor taps • Hotel Designs


With touch-less operation becoming a key function in bathrooms and public spaces across the hospitality sector, it is key that designers have access to the technology along with design specifications. Crosswater’s new sensor taps combine expert functionality, award-winning design, and state-of-the-art infrared technology to create stylish taps that require no pushing, turning, or touching. With both MPRO and Belgravia Sensor taps, the infrared sensor is integrated within the spout. In addition to allowing a sleek and streamlined design, this position enable to sensor to detect hand movement swiftly, activating rapid functionality in less than a second.

minimalist black and white public bathroom using touchless matt black sensor taps by Crosswater

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MPRO Sensor taps come in deck mounted or wall mounted designs and are available in four finishes – Brushes Stainless Steel, Brushed Brass, Chrome, and Matt Black. The Belgravia Sensor blends classic styling with cutting-edge technology to bring advanced touchless operation to traditional bathroom designs, and is available in three finishes; chrome, nickel, and unlacquered brass.

The touch-less operation significantly reduces the transmission of germs and bacteria, making the sensor tap a more hygienic alternative. The infrared sensing technology with customisable automatic shut-off time helps reduce water consumption in intensive use applications, an equally important consideration in all bathroom design. Along with the key benefits of hygiene and sustainability, the sensor taps are easy to maintain and reliable, both key elements to consider for bathrooms in the hospitality sector under so much pressure to perform.

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