WATER SAVING AERATED AND NON-AERATED 'LAMINAR' FLOW REGULATORS
Aerators – Key component of every tap
Aerators are found in nearly all kitchen and lavatory 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 pluming codes and standards
Aerator with the pressure compensating flow regulator
With standard aerators the flow rate goes up as the pressure increases. The pressure compensating flow regulator produces – by means of an o-ring, a constant flow rate regardless of pressure fluctuations. In certain markets and applications it is preferable to select the NEOPERL PCA technology. The fields of application include:
Standards with defining the maximum flow rate
Plumbing systems where an even distribution of water between various point of use is needed
TYPES OF WATER FLOW
Aerators introduce air into the water stream to produce a larger and whiter streamer soft to the touch and non-splashing. Aerators are the usually choice for residential faucet applications.
Laminar stream straighteners produce a non-aerated water stream. Ideal for high flow applications or health care facilities (no mix water/air) NEOPERL laminar spout-end devices deliver a crystal clear and non plashing 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.
CAS-001Water Saving Flow Regulator
Superior lime protection
Standard size: M24
5 Litres/minute flow (1.32 Gallon *US)
Perfect stream quality even under difficult flow conditions
Very low noise level
Damage proof: unlike conventional wire mesh screens, the CASCADE structure can not be crushed
Integrated anti-clogging dome screen filters sediments and particles