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The Tapmaster is an easily installed water savings device that converts any faucet to hands free operation. The Tapmaster is great for dental and medical offices or those who love to cook.



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Tapmaster 1750








The Tapmaster is an easily installed water savings device which converts any faucet to a hands free hygienic operation. Absolutely no electronics required.






Tapmaster KickPlate Activated Hands Free Faucet Controller Model 1750

The Model 1750 kick plate activator is intended to be used in situations where foot control is desirable. It mounts vertically on the toe kick of your cabinet and is available in multiple finishes to ensure it suits any setting. The durable kick plate assembly makes it easy to activate your faucet with a light touch of the toe while also allowing you to lock the activator to maintain flow. By pressing against the vertical portion of the kick plate the water is activated until you release, but simply press down on the top part of the activator and it locks into the on position. Simply tap the front face to deactivate it. We find the Model 1750 is the most widely used by the Clinical Community including Dentist and Physician offices, Hospitals, and Elder Care centers.






Tapmaster EURO Hands Free Faucet Controller Model 1775

The Model 1775 Euro locking foot activator provides an exciting new way to activate your faucet. Its unique soft rubber multi-directional activator is easy on your feet and easy to use no matter what angle you are approaching your sink at. Simply press the activator in any direction to activate water flow.

In addition, the Model 1775 may be locked into the "on" position by pushing the activator to either side until it locks. The Euro activator requires a very light touch making it well suited to use with bare feet. However its durable design makes it equally well suited to commercial, dental and medical settings where ease of use and hygiene is of the utmost concern.

Because of the locking feature, this model is at home in situations where continuous water flow is required such as in a home kitchen.

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Tapmaster InFloor Activated Hands Free Faucet Assistant Model 1780

The newest foot operated faucet activator by Tapmaster, the Model 1780, provides an exciting new way to activate your faucet. This model is a floor mounted design, is easy to activate and simple to clean. Stepping on the activator initiates water flow and stepping off stops it. Very little pressure is required to function properly making it ideal for use in residential or commercial settings where small children need to be able to activate the faucet. However its durable design makes it equally well suited to the most intense commercial, Dental and Medical settings where ease of use and durability is of the utmost concern.

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Tapmaster Hot/Warm/Cold Hands Free Faucet Assistance Model 1756
The Model 1756 kick plate activator is the most unique model of the entire Tapmaster line. Using two activator valves in a single pedal assembly the 1756 allows you to not only turn the water on and off without your hands, but also to set its temperature. By pressing either end of the pedal assembly you can select either strictly hot or strictly cold water, while the middle section of the pedal activates both hot and cold water resulting in a warm water mix. Now you can fill a glass of water, then rinse your dishes, and never have to touch your faucet handles! This model is intended to be used in situations where foot control is desirable. It mounts vertically on the toe kick of your cabinet and is available in multiple finishes to ensure it suits any setting. The durable kick plate assembly makes it easy to activate your faucet with a light touch of the toe while also allowing you to lock the activator to maintain flow. By pressing against the vertical portion of the kick plate the water is activated until you release, but simply press down on the top part of the activator and it locks into the on position.


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Customer Reviews from our Amazon.com store


Love my Tapmaster!
By Zangou V June 28, 2013
I just have my Tapmaster installed a couple of days ago - it already became my big 'must' in the kitchen. It is very functional. Also zero mess around faucet, since I don't need to reach faucet lever with wet or dirty hands each time I use water. Installation seems not to be complicated (it took my plumber less than an hour). Also the customer service responded very responsibly & professionally. Simply great product!

Best Kitchen product ever
By Clarissa P on September 22, 2012
When we moved to a new house this was the one thing I knew we had to have in our kitchen. Once you get used to turning on the water with your foot, any other way seems archaic. We ordered two this time so that we could put one in a utility room, but now I think I need another for my second kitchen sink. It is a little pricey, but you will never be sorry you installed one!



Reviews/Comments from The GardenWeb.com

Love my tapmaster 1776 cold water only

Posted by KKS on
Tue, Sep 3
In my part of Florida, the cold water tap is rarely colder than 72 degrees, in summer it is closer to 80. I'm happy washing hands and produce and doing all other prep tasks, including light washing, with cold water only. So I saved a few bucks and had the tapmaster 1776 installed, after ascertaining that I could later use parts to convert it to a 1775 if it didn't work out.
But it is working out great! I keep the (single) handle all the way over to "cold" and no water flows unless I "tap". If I wanted hot only, I could use the handle to get it. If I wanted a blend, I'd have to engage the tap and adjust the handle. The guy at conserve-a-store was happy to get the friendly and helpful folks from Canada on the phone when I called to inquire, and they all agreed it was worth a try.
Tapmaster is one of the things I never would've heard about if not for GW, and I'm really thrilled about it, so I just wanted to share the info.
I'm enjoying this so much I may well need to get one for the cleanup sink!

RE: Which Model Tapmaster Do You Have - Would You Buy it Again

  • Posted by Bree on
    Fri, Apr 13

    I've been using the Euro 1775 on my prep sink since November. I consider it one of the best purchases in the kitchen, not only for ease of hands-free use but also for the water savings. Instead of leaving a trickling faucet for prepping certain kinds of veggies (potatoes) or fruits, I use the foot control for quick on/off. Also easy to soap up hands with the water off and foot-push to rinse hands.

    It is absolutely NOT intrusive at all. In fact, when MichelleDT asked about the visibility a couple of months ago, I had to get down on my hands and knees to even see the control. Little DS probably couldn't reach the faucet control lever to turn the water on for hand washing, but easily uses the foot lever instead. He loves to use it as a magic trick for guests new to the house. So cute!

    You can't see it at all in this shot.


RE: Which Model Tapmaster Do You Have - Would You Buy it Again
Posted by CLAY on Fri, Apr 13

I have a five year old Tapmaster that just turns on/off and locks on if desired. I love the thing. It is very discrete, doesn't really show at all. I usually lock it on and use the handle when I have new people in the house if it frustrates them at first, and it is not very sensitive these days: Not sure if there is some aging involved or my technique has changed. I think I may just be a little pickier with it now. I can turn it on with bare feet or any shoe, but others occasionally have trouble until they get used to it. I didn't put one in my main sink but did in the island sink next to the range. It was mainly a matter of money: It just didn't seem all that important or wise to have two when I had never had one. At this point, I might spring for a second one or not. We are pretty much used to the differences in the two sinks and don't really think about it being "missing" on the main sink.



Tapmaster vs. motion activate faucet
Sun, Apr 28, 13 at 15:37


I have looked Tapmaster up based on the discussion from an earlier thread (linked). I know people like it but this thing is expensive!

Kohler Sensate (with motion control) is ~$600 but other faucets w/o motion control I like are also $500 and up (some are way up). :-(

This device adds another $300+. I think that KWC optional motion sensor device is about that price.

Could you give me your thoughts about why you'd choose one over another if you had a choice?

TIA!



Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Tapmaster vs. motion activate faucet Posted on Sun, Apr 28, 13


Mechanically the TM is simple. There's not much to fail and if it does fail, you can probably figure out what it is. No electronics.

You can use the TM with any faucet, pretty ones or modern ones or ugly ones or cheap ones you pick up on the curb.

So for appearances, it's a lot easier to find something that matches your kitchen if you can purchase the faucet separately from the mechanism.

I'd be worried that a motion detecting faucet would be as annoying as the ones in public restrooms and that with all the odd motions that go on under a kitchen faucet, it might not read my mind correctly. I'm probably totally wrong on this and will follow this thread to see how these newer devices are working out in kitchens.

RE: Tapmaster s. motion activate faucet

  • Posted by Kate on Sun, Apr 28, 13

i don't know anything about the sensor product you mentioned. all i know is i absolutely cannot stand going into a public restroom and dealing with the motion sensor faucets. i'm always waving my hands around and they never seem to work without having me go through what looks like some kind of weird dance. dealing with that on a daily basis would send me over the edge -and the faucet, out the window. my tapmasters however, work. all. the. time.






TAPMASTER Installation Instructions



INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: EURO Models 1770, 1771, 1775 & 1776

http://www.tapmaster.ca/_pdf/1770series.pdf



INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: Models 1780, 1781, 1782, 1784,1786 & 1788

http://www.tapmaster.ca/_pdf/1780install.pdf



INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: Models 1750, 1752, 1740 & 1742

http://www.tapmaster.ca/_pdf/1750install.pdf



INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: Models 1720, 1722 & 1710

http://www.tapmaster.ca/_pdf/1720install.pdf