Innovation isn't always big. Sure, there are a few products, people, or methods that really shake things up every once in a while, but most of the time innovation is the result of small, barely perceptible changes. A minor tweak here, a modest change there, and eventually things start to come together.
Take this faucet, for example. At first blush we see a creative design with an exposed, semi-flexible hose amid an articulating frame. Novel, certainly, but is it really innovative?
Manufacturer Brizo, however, knows true innovation. Innovation is why they have magnets integrated into the faucet spray head to keep it in place. It's also why the internal contact surface is coated in diamonds (yes, really) to prevent valve leaks and reduce contaminant exposure. It's why this faucet meets CALGreen standards, with water consumption savings of 25%.
Innovation is also why so many Brizo products (this faucet included) feature Touch-Clean rubber nubbins, which make clean-up a two-second task. Innovation is the reason why this faucet is ADA compliant, making it easily accessible for individuals with reduced mobility.
Yes, it's a clever, stylish, and modern design fashioned after a refined industrial aesthetic. But the innovation isn't just in how it looks, but rather the sum of all its parts.
Contact your sales representative or book an appointment with one of our showrooms to find out more.