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The Rising Acceptance of Plumbing Technologies

Construction Tech Review | Monday, August 08, 2022

The leading developments in the plumbing sector are influenced by the desire for comfort, cost savings, and environmental preservation.

FREMONT, CA: In recent years, the plumbing business has witnessed the emergence and demise of numerous trends. From novel products that increase labor productivity to advanced technologies used for convenience, plumbing professionals have utilized these trends to inform their most important business decisions.

As a professional in this field, it is essential to remain current with these trends and technology to satisfy client expectations and gain a competitive advantage.

The following technologies will dominate the plumbing business in the coming years.

Touchless Fixtures Are Growing in Popularity

The most recent innovations in the plumbing business offer convenience, control, cost savings, and enhanced energy efficiency. Although touchless fixtures have been popular for a while, their demand appears to increase annually.

The present five billion dollar market for smart bathroom fixtures is poised to change the plumbing sector with eco-friendly and technologically advanced fixtures and hardware. Smart fixtures such as touchless faucets, sensor-enabled soap dispensers, and automatic cistern systems create an adaptable and luxurious environment for everyone.

Smart Toilets Are Set to proliferate

Smart toilets are fitted with various features, including automated flushing, overflow protection, water-saving features, self-deodorizer, sensor-enabled commercial LED lighting, and self-cleaning capabilities. Incorporating these technologically enhanced toilets into smart homes is on the rise.

The market for smart toilets, worth $6.08 billion in 2018, is projected to reach $12.9 billion by 2026 at a robust CAGR of 9.89 percent. This trend is driven by the increasing need for clean, sanitary goods, the changing consumer lifestyle, and the growing global awareness of water conservation. Such companies as Kohler and Ove are introducing unique features that conventional toilets lack.

In the future years, internet-connected toilets with waste-analyzing sensors will become commonplace. This will assist in the early detection of chronic, debilitating diseases such as diabetes, infections, and kidney disease. These toilets will also communicate information about public health and detect infections before they become widespread.

This year, toilet lids with motion-sensing LED lights will be popular. It is not uncommon for people to visit the bathroom in the small morning hours. In such situations, this intelligent feature will allow users to conduct their business and return to sleep without worrying about mishaps.

Smart plumbing gadgets are transforming bathroom design. For example, Kohler's Numi 2.0 toilet is linked with Amazon's Alexa, allowing consumers to make custom settings based on their preferences. Users can customize the temperature, cleansing pressure, and ambiance.

Such innovative technologies are anticipated to be popular for many years to come.

The Rise of Specialized Plumbing Tools

The technology substantially impacts how plumbers repair problems in homes and businesses. For instance, fixing a leak behind a wall necessitates pulling down the wall in its entirety. Modern technology aids plumbers in pinpointing the precise source of a leak, making the job less intrusive.

Modern plumbing equipment extends beyond wrenches and jetters. There are currently a variety of business solutions available to help plumbers streamline business operations and handle day-to-day responsibilities.

A drain inspection camera, for instance, aids in examining sewers by employing systems with high-definition video, portability, and self-leveling camera heads.

In the future, there will be an increase in creative plumbing business support solutions.

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