If our toilet equipment are touchless, shouldn’t our drinking water taps be much smarter and safer?

Research shows that most of us do not wash our hands after sneezing, handling money, touching ATMs, changing diapers, playing with pets, and sometimes even after using the restroom. Imagine touching the same manual tap as hundreds of other people in your office, school, hospital or home.

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MoPure: ‘Touchless’ Drinking Water Taps

MoPure Auto and MoPure Toggle Avoid multiple infections from the most commonly used drinking water dispensers. Drinking Water at your finger tips, without touching! 

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touchless

Touchless

No buttons to press! No taps to open! Just move your hand towards the touchless sensor and your glass or bottle will start filling

More Affordable

Cheaper

Compared to the fixed touchless systems that require plumbing and pumping

No Contact with Metal

Easy to Use

More convenient to use, there is no major change in user habit

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Safer

Water does not touch any corrodible or electrical component

Consumers Very Little Power

Low Energy

Consumes very little power, can even run on low voltage batteries

Low Water Alert

Notifies

Over email and SMS when water level is low


How Touching Drinking Water Dispensers can Transmit Infection

Role of hands in transmission of infection has been well demonstrated. Indirect contact through environmental surfaces also plays an important part in transmission of infection. Contamination of surfaces of taps can also cause infection of skin and wounds.

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