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.35 GPM Water Saving Dual Thread PCA Faucet Aerator

.35 GPM Water Saving Dual Thread PCA Faucet Aerator
A low flow faucet aerator is a small water filter-water saving models have additional designs to restrict water flow. Most folks notice no sacrifice in water flow performance with a lowest flow aerator.

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This very low flow aerator made by Neoperl gives XTREME water saving at the faucet but allows you to shave, brush your teeth, wash your hands-whatever you use a faucet for. Purchase (11) or more 6 packs & receive a HUGE discount! Call/Email Now!


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.35 GPM Water Saving Dual Thread PCA Faucet Aerator

Our .35 GPM Water Saving Dual Thread PCA (Pressure Compensating Aerator) Faucet Aerator was developed to save water and money in your home. This low flow faucet aerator can save up to 75% of the energy wasted using a traditional 2.2 GPM aerator. The faucet screen is dual threaded and has a needle spray head. Most customers like the pressure and the spray provided by this low flow faucet aerator because they do not lose any pressure when making the switch but save a lot of money. The item can be used as a replacement for both bathroom faucet aerators and kitchen faucet aerators, making it a staple low flow fixture for your faucets at home. We bring this item to you from both NEOPERL and Niagara Conservation. With its chrome finish and pressure composition make up, this aerator is durable and stylish to accompany any bathroom or kitchen renovation. This aerator can be bought as a single fixture or as a six pack.

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Read more about faucet aerators including thread types, flows of water, and an installation guide at the link below.

Low Flow Faucet Sink Aerator

The Difference in Aerators:

Comfort Aerator: Aerators introduce air into the water stream to produce a larger and whiter stream that is soft to the touch and non splashing. Aerators are the usual choice for residential faucet applications

Laminar Stream
These aerators are straighteners and an non-aerated water stream. Ideal for high flow applications or health care facilities (no mix of water and air) These laminar spout end devices deliver a crystal clear and non splashing stream.

Spray Stream: When the flow rate is too low to produce an aerated or laminar stream, a spray device is used to produce a miniature shower pattern to provide full coverage of the hands during washing. Sprays are recommended for use in public lavatories.

Rain Spray Stream
The Rain Spray offers a special washing experience. Numerous little nozzles join forces to produce an extensive, abundant and pleasantly effervescent stream of water – a shower sensation for your hands

Mikado Stream (Design)
The unique Mikado stream turns the water into an eye-catcher when washing your hands. Its extraordinary, grid-like spray pattern – formed by individual water jets – makes for a clear, delicate and harmonious design.

This Video Explains How To Save Water With Low Flow Faucet Aerators
How this Aerator will Work
Water Saving Technology in Your Aerator
Why You Should Change Your Aerator
  • Spray water stream
  • Low flow rate: 0.5 gallons per minute
  • Lead Free
  • Water Saving
  • Solid brass Manufacturing
  • Chrome Finish
  • .5 GPM flow rate
  • Product Depth: 0.925 in.
  • Product Height: 0.729 in
  • Product Width:0.925 in
  • Product Model Number: N3205
  • 10 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
  • California Energy Commission Certified

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  6 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
Saves Money November 4, 2018
Reviewer: Eric from California  
Product gave me extreme water saving for the home. May not be for everyone but it will really make a dent in your water bill espcecially since we are in a drought stricken area it helps a lot. Didnt believe it until I saw the changes or three months of bills and staying strict to the guidelines on our water restrictions. Really helped a lot

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