A faucet is a device for delivering water from a plumbing system. It can consist of the following components: spout, handle(s), lift rod, cartridge, aerator, mixing chamber, and water inlets. When the handle is turned on, the valve opens and controls the water ﬂow adjustment under any water or temperature condition.
The faucet body is usually made of brass, though die-cast zinc and chrome-plated plastic are also used.
The Jaison Water Tap or Waste Not Water Tap is a self-closing water-saving tap invented in the early 20th century by J.P. Subramonya Iyer in Travancore, India.
They are quite popular throughout the Indian sub-continent and can still be commonly found in most of the traditional railway stations operated by Indian Railways.
The Jaison water tap is an excellent example of commercialized grassroots innovation from modern India, that went far beyond what is typically termed Jugaad or life hack. Its production was an economic activity that created wealth and helped solve the problem of water wastage in public water taps and thus brought signiﬁcant beneﬁts to Indian society.
To design a bathroom Faucet exploring the Form of the faucet and water flow for a tranquil, calming and relaxing experience and providing ease of usage for fine living in Households and Hospitality spaces.
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