Our 1.0 GPM Water Saving Dual Thread PCA Faucet Aerator was developed to save water and money in your home. This low flow faucet aerator can save up to 55% of the energy wasted using a traditional 2.2 GPM aerator. The faucet screen is dual threaded and has a needle spray head.
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.
Read more about faucet aerators including thread types, flows of water, and an installation guide at the link below.
Installing faucet aerators on bathroom, kitchen and laundry faucets can cut their water use by 30 percent without compromising water flow and is the easiest plumbing repair in the book.
Turn off the water supply to the faucet or really you may just make sure the faucet handle(s) are in the close position which should be good enough
Unscrew your current aerator by turning it counter-clockwise. If you need to use a wrench, make sure to protect your faucet with tape or a rag so it doesn’t get scratched. Clean the threads of the faucet spout with a cloth.If your old faucet aerator does not unscrew, consider investing in a new faucet. You will most likely still be able to use this 1.0 gpm aerator on the new faucet since most faucets do not come with this low of a flow out of the box. You will soon make up the cost of the new faucet with savings on your water bill.
Twist the new aerator clockwise into place. Avoid using a wrench that could scratch the new aerator and faucet.
What a snap-congrats you’re on your way to saving water immediately
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. The picture below can help you determine what flow you’d like.
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 aerators be called?
A: Some people may refer to them as nozzle, faucet nozzle, needle spray, bubble spray, nozel nossle, or airator
• High pressure 1.0. GPM flow rate
• Flow control construction of long lasting Celcon plastic
• Innovative dual-thread system to accommodate both male and female applications
• Saves 55% 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
We ship either of AM Conservation or Neoperl depending on stock on hand
Evana Rivera –
From NG in Fullerton Ca
“Thanks to James for all your personal calls to solve my issues and helped with our Apartment Complex Water Saving job!”