Design, Durability, Sustainability
Stern has long been known for sleek designs, clean lines and the advanced touch-free and touch technology. To further develop the durability of our products, we strive to create tougher, more robust soap and water solutions. These efforts recently culminated in the Classic range. The series offers deck-mounted faucets and liquid or foam soap dispensers, specifically optimized for transportation hubs. The Classic series combines an elegant modern design and a robust one-piece brass body with vandal-resistant features, ensuring long-lasting operation in heavy traffic, highly abused locations.
In addition to the high durability and strict lead-free standards, the faucet is offered in with a wide range of water-saving options, perfect for gaining a high LEED rating in green building. The soap and foam dispensers technology saves on soap (thus reduces excess waste) while still ensuring an optimal and sanitary hand washing experience.
A CLASSIC design for TLV airport
Recently, the TLV airport refitted its washrooms, exclusively using Stern products. In addition to Stern’s Swan electronic faucets, all manual soap dispensers were replaced with the new touch-free Classic soap dispenser.
The extensive project integrated the cutting-edge faucets and soap dispensers into the advanced airport, adjusting the design of the washrooms to the modern look adopted by the leading airports in the world. The TLV airport’s two active terminals service nearly 17 million passengers and over 100,000 flights annually.
STERN presents at Boston’s Green Day
Stern USA Joined CBT for its annual Green Day Vendor Show, which took place on Friday, June 24, 2016. The Green Day event is an initiative for raising awareness and enhancing expertise in the growing field of sustainability, energy efficiency and high performance buildings.
Among the numerous products presented at the event and recognized by LEED V4, were, of course, Stern’s water saving solutions.
Hundreds of architects and related professionals in the greater Boston area enjoyed an inside look at the latest and most advanced green products and services. The event was also an opportunity for attendees to earn AIA (American Institute of Architects) credits.