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Hi

Wondered if anyone had any recommendations for a new tap for my customer.

They currently have lever taps that are tall and look really nice but want concussive taps as someone left the tap running flooding the bathroom.

The pictures of the tap is below. I have thought about sensor taps but I’m not clued up on the electric side of things and not sure a battery one would be any good.

Let me know if you have any ideas.

Thanks.

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There are high neck and high spout non-concussives like the above available but they tend to be aimed at commercial customers for obvious reasons and so don't always meet the aesthetic requirements.
 
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There are high neck and high spout non-concussives like the above available but they tend to be aimed at commercial customers for obvious reasons and so don't always meet the aesthetic requirements.
Thanks for your reply. Could you tell me where to buy them please ?
 

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Why so bloomin complicated? Just put flow restrictors in the supplies so its combined input (centre position) is less than a free flow waste will take? Cheap, simple & keeps the look :rolleyes:

Let's face it it can never be used as a basin!
 

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Why so bloomin complicated? Just put flow restrictors in the supplies so its combined input (centre position) is less than a free flow waste will take? Cheap, simple & keeps the look :rolleyes:

Let's face it it can never be used as a basin!
Think it’s more down to the taps being left on and wastage of water
 

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Find the culprit, clip round the ear and lecture about waste of water/ starving children in Africa- that’s how it would have been dealt with when I were a lad.
 

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