BROGRUND Wash-basin mixer tap with sensor, chrome-plated

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Like magic, the water turns on at the slightest hand movement in front of the tap, at a pre-set temperature. A clean and simple design that’s hygienic too, since you don’t need to touch the tap.

Article number004.233.54

Product details

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An aerator integrated in the tap keeps the water flow just right while less water and energy is used.

Designer

H Preutz/N Karlsson

Article number004.233.54

Technical information

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Wash-basin mixer tap with sensor

Type of mixer tapWash-basin mixer tap with sensor
Applicable product standardsEN 817
Max. flow rate at 3 bar5.5 l/min (1.5 gpm)
Max. static pressure10 bar (145.0 psi)
Tested up to a max. static pressure16 bar (232.0 psi)
Min. working pressure1 bar (14.5 psi)
Recommended working pressure1-5 bar (14.5-72.5 psi)
Max. hot water temperature80˚C (176˚F)
Recommended hot water temperature60-65°C (140-150°F)
Recommended cold water temperature10-15˚C (50-59˚F)
Connection hoses length450 mm (17 3/4 '')
Hose connection sizeG3/8” (R10)
Max. countertop thickness50 mm (2'')
Mounting hole measurement34-37 mm (1 3/8-1 7/16”)
Noise levelI
Battery typeAA
Amount of batteries4pcs
Strainer includedNo

Measurements

Height: 13 cm

  • BROGRUNDArticle number004.233.54

    Width: 21 cm

    Height: 7 cm

    Length: 35 cm

    Weight: 1.65 kg

    Package(s): 1

SustainabilityPeople and planet

Energy and resources

Did you know using water more efficiently can reduce your energy bills and help tackle climate change?

Heating hot water accounts for 25% of home energy usage. Using water efficiently reduces energy bills and ultimately reduces carbon emissions. Look for the unified water label and start making a difference. The label has a clear colour coded system to show how much energy and water the product uses. Green rated products use less than those rated Red. Visit www.uwla.eu to find out more.

BROGRUND Wash-basin mixer tap with sensor, chrome-plated

Water-conscious commitment in bathrooms

Every time you brush your teeth, wash your hands, shave or take a bath, you can help with something essential – saving water. That’s why all our taps have an aerator that saves water and energy while keeping the water stream just right. But that’s just a small part of a bigger effort: conserving more clean water than we use.

Antony Smith, an engineer from England, remembers when he joined IKEA and the small team that develops our taps and showers. "I realized we practice what we preach about sustainability," Antony says. "It's a refreshing experience, but it makes our job really difficult because we genuinely have to deliver on sustainability with each product."

Water is precious, but often taken for granted

So, why conserving water? Because no organism on earth can survive without it, and no new water is created. It's constantly recycled, but our freshwater supply is overused and not evenly distributed. It’s impacted by pollution, contamination and climate change, too. "Those of us who live where you can just turn on your tap may not think about saving water; it's taken for granted," Antony says.

Thinking about water at every step

Behind the scenes, we constantly explore new ways to improve water efficiency. That includes providing factory workers and their families with fresh drinking water, ensuring all factory water is cleaned before release, reducing water usage in textile production and using rainwater to flush toilets in stores. And now we are working on new taps using sensors and spray technology – and new water-efficient showers – to save even more. Every water-saving action adds up.

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Material

What are zinc and zamak?

Zinc is a metallic element while zamak is a mixture of zinc, aluminium, magnesium and copper. Both are durable materials and easy to cast into different shapes. They are good at conducting heat and electricity. Objects made of zinc or zamak are often given a surface treatment to resemble metals like gold, brass or stainless steel. Both zinc and zamak retain their good properties when they are recycled to become new objects.