Faucets with above-deck electronics

Sloan's EAF series of sensor-activated faucets now come in gooseneck models with above-deck electronics.


Sloan has added gooseneck models to its EAF series of sensor-activated faucets with above-deck electronics. The gooseneck faucets are suitable for all types of commercial applications, including medical offices, classrooms, labs, and foodservice areas. The new EAF-700-ISSM/EAF-750-ISM faucet models feature ease of installation and reliability, along with all the benefits of having the sensor electronics located in the faucet spout for simpler, above-deck maintenance. The faucets have been listed by IAPMO to ANSI A112.18.1. The faucets, which come with a 1.5 gpm/5.7 Lpm laminar stream pressure-compensating insert for healthcare applications, offer greater water savings than typical 2.2 gpm models. Installers can run up to six EAF faucets on a single voltage adapter.

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