VOLA HV1 designed in 1968 and still green

VOLA HV1 designed in 1968 and still green

To create and manufacture a design of a quality that lasts for generations is the best example of sustainable thinking

The tap VOLA HV1 was designed in 1968 by the Danish architect and designer  Arne Jacobsen for the National Bank of Denmark. Today more than 45 years after it is still being selected by young architects for their new buildings. The design is timeless, and the tap is produced from the best material so it lasts for generations.

By adding small flow regulators the flow of the VOLA taps and mixers can easily be reduced. By choosing VOLA electronic taps and mixers the flow times can be set individually. As the water stops automatically when the hands are removed from the tap, electronic taps and mixers will always be an eco-friendly solution.

For households this gives food for thought. However, for hotels and office buildings the possibility that VOLA can configure its taps and mixers exactly to the water consumption required for the specific purpose can save considerable amounts of money and at the same time secure the hotel and building owners a green profile.

Mixer with on-off sensor
On/off per day  times
Flow time in sec. (3 - 10 - 20 - 30)  sec.
Flow Regulator  l/min
Per day in litres  litres
Per weeks in litres  litres
Per years in m3  m3
Price of water per. m3  €
Price of water per year
Mixer
Number of use per. Day  times
Flow time per. use in sec.  sec.
Flow Regulator  l/min
Per day in litres  litres
Per week in litres  litres
Per year in m3  m3
Price of water per m3  €
Price of water per year
Pht VOLA 111 1
Pht VOLA 050 2
Pht VOLA 060 3
Pht VOLA 4011 1
Pht VOLA 080 1
Pht VOLA HV1E 1
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