Instant-Off® | About Us
Water Conservation Is Our Passion
Steve Gordon the inventor and founder of INSTANT-OFF® was determined to make a difference in the world. After years of thinking about how he could help protect the environment, he decided to focus on water conservation.
In 1991, he invented the Automatic Faucet Control, a simple pressure valve with two moving parts that automatically shuts-off water. Gordon was determined to keep modifying the design until it was durable, reliable and strong enough for commercial use.
INSTANT-OFF® now manufactures 12 different INSTANT-OFF® Water Saver Faucets and a product line of adapters. There are more than 500,000 INSTANT-OFF® now used in the food industry to conserve water and reduce cross-contamination and over 2, million used in homes. In addition, people with hand disabilities, arthritis, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy and many other conditions enjoy the ease of controlling water with the INSTANT-OFF®. It all began with a goal of doing something on a global scale to help protect the environment.
At INSTANT-OFF® Water Conservation is our passion. Our quality, reliability and durability is why our customers never stop using the INSTANT-OFF®. We make water conservation easy, immediate and effective. Our company goal is to grow at an every increasing pace until enough INSTANT-OFF® Faucets are in use to save the world 50 billion gallons a year.
What is the Fastest Way To Stop a Drippy Faucet? The undisputed answer is the INSTANT-OFF Water Saver. INSTANT-OFF stops drippy faucets in less than 2 minutes saving time and money. The INSTANT OFF replaces the aerator on any faucet or pipe. Once installed water flow...
INSTANT-OFF is an "Aid To Daily Living" for people who struggle to turn faucet handles. If you have had a Stroke or Spinal Cord Injury, have Arthritis, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple Sclerosis, Spina Bifida, ALS, Parkinson's or any other condition that...
CONSERVING WATER REDUCES AIR POLLUTION AND HELPS FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE Most people don't understand that it takes a huge amount of electricity to produce water. It takes electricity to operate the pumps that move water from rivers and lakes to water treatment...
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