Niagara’s revolutionary Tri-Max Aerator offers three adjustable spray options for optimal task performance and maximum water savings. Simply twist the aerator to produce a 0.5 GPM flow rate for soaping, an eco friendly 1.0 GPM, or the 1.5 GPM power rinse mode.
These aerators accommodate both male and female applications and install by hand without tools. Niagara’s faucet aerators save money on water and energy by producing forceful streams at a reduced flow rate that minimizes the amount of energy needed to heat hot water.
-A family with many members give the user what they want but you still save water and $
Unique aerator uses three pressure-compensated flow rates: 0.5 GPM / 1.0 GPM / 1.5 GPM
Installs easily, by hand and without tools
Patented flow compensator gives consistent flow regardless of available water pressure
Tri-Max aerator is a dual-thread system accommodating both male and female applications
Meets or exceeds ANSI specifications
Q: Is it hard to switch these aerators out?
A: Not at all! View our installation panel and our video
Q: Do I need bubble stream or laminar flow?
A: The answer to this question lies within your desired location of installation. Some people want bubble, some want laminar. The picture below can guide you to your desired look.
A laminar flow presents a non-aerated water stream. This would be great for environments where heath and cleanliness are priority (i.e health care centers as well as culinary kitchens and spaces. This aerator will provide you with a sanitary, no splash zone in your sink.
An aerated stream allows air into the water flow. The look of this steam is whiter than regular faucet stream and provides a softer touch when running. This type of flow is usually installed in homes and other residential places.
A spray flow is a combination of both. This would be great when rinsing off dishes to put in the dish washer. It quick and efficient. You will see this type in various places from home, to outside faucets, and restaurants.
Q: Do these fit the no lead requirements for potable water in the USA today?
Q. Does not contain any unplated brass components?
Q: What else can these be called other than aerators
A. Some people may refer to them as airators, nozzle replacement, faucet nozzle, needle spray, bubble spray, nozels, nossle
• High pressure 0.5 GPM flow rate
• Flow control construction of long lasting Celcon plastic
• Innovative dual-thread system to accommodate both male and female applications
• Saves 75% more water and energy then a standard 2.2 GPM aerator – that’s 13,140 gallons of water annually!
• Housing constructed of solid brass with highly polished chrome finish
• Includes housing, flow control, tamperproof screen, and all other parts necessary for proper installation and operation
• Internally and externally threaded with 15/16 x 27 threads outside and 55/64 x 27 threads inside
• Meets or exceeds ASME standards
• California Energy Commission Certified