With such a huge choice, buying a tap Aerator or any water saving fitting can be confusing! However, Saving Water and reducing your Utility bills has never been easier. To help guide you through we have a series of information sheets available – These sheets and additional information can also be found under the information and Video Tabs on the individual product pages.
‘WHAT SIZE TAP AERATOR DO I NEED?’ INFORMATION SHEET AVAILABLE HERE
‘WHAT FLOW RATE DO I NEED?’ INFORMATION SHEET AVAILABLE HERE
‘AERATED OR LAMINAR?’ THIS AND OTHER QUESTIONS ANSWERED HERE
USING YOUR SHOWER JUST TWICE A DAY SAVES OVER £180! – SEE HOW HERE
HOW MUCH CAN YOU SAVE? – USE OUR SAVINGS CALCULATOR HERE
Our products are available in three different stream types:
Tap aerators introduce air into the water stream to produce a larger, fuller, whiter, softer and non splashing water stream.
Laminar stream produce a straightened, non-aerated, crystal clear and non-splashing water stream, these are required where there is an increased risk of infection by adding “ambient” air to the water stream.
Essential for the whole HealthCare Industry, including Hospitals, Daycare and patient care.
Features: Splash free crystal clear (non aerating stream). Built in agion antimicrobial product protection. Unique screenless 100% plastic Cascade construction to prevent lime build up (no wire mesh screens).
This device is a multiple ‘needle like’ laminar stream used when the flow rate is too low for an aerator or Laminar. It provides a full coverage of the hands during washing, ideal for Healthcare washrooms and public toilets.
PRESSURE COMPENSATING (PCA) (PCR SHOWER SAVER) (PCW WASHER)
A pressure compensating flow regulator maintains a constant flow regardless of variations in ‘line pressure’, thereby system performance and comfort of use at all pressures.
This system optimization is standard throughout all products in the PCA range offer and the new PCW flow rate washer design is also included.
Flow restricted is by using a fixed orifice to control flow rates. They work great if the line pressure is around 4 Bar (60psi) if it is much lower, the flow rate will be insufficient, if it is higher the flow rate will be higher, these types are not suitable for low water pressure below 3 bar.
Aerators are found in nearly all kitchen and toilet taps. An aerator is a key component in the overall performance of the tap. Here is how you should expect your aerator to perform:
- control the stream straightness and diameter
- reduce splash by aerating the stream and eliminating side spray
- save water and reduce energy costs
- meet local plumbing codes and standards
The flow is determined by the lower part of the aerator:
Light Grey: Laminar Flow
Dark Grey: Aerated Flow
- Superior Lime protection
- Extended life
- Perfect stream quality even under difficult flow conditions;
- Very low noise level
- Damage proof unlike conventional wire mesh screens, the CASCADE structure cannot be crushed.
- As the name suggests this has the pattern of a honeycomb,
- Extended Life
- Perfect stream quality even under difficult flow conditions
- Very low noise level
- Damage proof: unlike conventional wire mesh screens, the cascade structure cannot be crushed.
- Integrated anti-clogging dome screen filters, sediments and particles.
- recommended for application in series lavoratory Taps (public washrooms exposed to walk-in traffic)
- pressure compensating for constant flow from 0.8 to 6 bar
- supplies all outlets evenly with water
- provides a non-splashing, non aerated spray
- integrated anti-clogging dome screen filters sediments and particles
- virtually unbreakable single piece insert ensures a longer useable life
MALE FITTINGS: This type of tap has the thread on the inside
FEMALE FITTINGS: This type of tap has the thread on the outside.
A flow regulator is a component which maintains a predefined constant flow rate independent of the prevailing line pressure. It automatically compensates for pressure variations between 1 and 8 bar. NEOPERL® flow regulators are designed to be used exclusively in clear water applications.
The range of applications includes appliances where water should be saved or evenly distributed. But flow regulators also provide cost efficient solutions in a large field of technical applications.
Pressure compensating flow regulators are not recommended for use in non-pressurized applications.