Save water By controlling the rate of water flow .
Replacing faucet aerators is the most affordable component of a water conservation program for personal residences, multi-unit housing, commercial or institutional buildings. Standard faucet aerators are rated at 2.2 gallons per minute (gpm). Older faucets or faucets without aerators may be using much more water. Installation takes less than 5 minutes.
Shower (and faucet) Flow Controller
Use this shower flow controller to reduce the flow to 1.5 gallons per minute (gpm), 1.75 gpm or 2.0 gpm. Choose your flow rate below. The shower flow controller is pressure compensating so it works well if you have low or varying water pressure. This item can also be used below the sink as a fool-proof method of water conservation. Install the flow controllers between the water supply and valve and never have to worry about the flow rate if the faucet aerator is removed.