Did you know that you can really cut energy consumption by saving water? Domestic hot water, to be precise – as this requires electricity or other forms of energy for heating.
That's why you can take a big step towards energy savings when you install flow regulators: you'll save water every time you rinse your hands or wash vegetables by simply retrofitting a flow regulator with the latest water saving technology to an existing aerator on your washbasin or kitchen faucet.
We offer a water saving calculator here that shows you how much water you could potentially save in your home by installing advanced flow regulators.
Saving water under the shower
Where is there the greatest potential for energy savings? In the shower! Advanced water savers are easy to install and fit any ½ inch hose connection. Bear in mind that a lot of domestic hot water is used for showering in particular, so the energy saving potential is greatest here.
Saving water at the washbasin
We're presumably all aware by now that we shouldn't let the water run while brushing our teeth or shaving. However, you can achieve an additional saving effect with advanced flow regulators in your faucets. Here too, you benefit from simple installation and a savings effect while still enjoying a sufficient flow rate of four to five liters per minute.
Saving water in the kitchen
Whether washing vegetables, rinsing a pot, or cleaning your cloths and sponges, you can also ensure the optimum flow of water in the kitchen and avoid water wastage by using advanced flow regulators. Given the typical activities performed in the kitchen, a flow rate of seven liters per minute is recommended and considered sufficient.