Shower head flow restrictors are not advised; flow restrictors often lead to the dreaded weak and insufficient shower. Flow restrictors coupled with poor engineering are the major reason low-flow shower heads once had a reputation for providing a poor shower.
LASCO 08-2483 Thread On Shower Head Restrictor Plastic. Shower head flow restrictor. Plastic disc thread into threads. Reduces water flow. 2 GPM flow regulator. 2 pieces per card. 2 GPM flow regulator.
Shower head Flow Restrictor
Flow rate 6, 8, 9 lit/min
Suitable for all types of shower lever mixers
Screw between the shower lever mixer and shower hose
A customer pre-sets flow rate during the installation
Water and energy savings up to 50%
Guarantee: 5 years
A shower flow restrictor is installed either inside or outside a , and it works to reduce water use. For example, the average person uses about ten gallons (approximately 38 liters) of water for each minute he or she showers. The installation of a shower head flow restrictor can cut this figure in half, allowing users to save on water expenses and costs in addition to promoting green living. For the most part, high quality restrictors do not decrease the overall quality of the shower and are therefore virtually unnoticeable.
|Shower Head Water Flow Restrictor - Made in RSA|
|Shower flow restrictors are designed to lower the flow rate of any given showerhead, thereby reducing the total household consumption of water and electricity. The flow restrictor can reduce a showers water flow by up to 1,34 and 1,66 litres per minute, depending on the water pressure. Flow restrictors are not recommended for showers which suffer from low water pressure. Flow restrictors are easy to install here is how: 1. Unscrew your shower arm/head from where it meets the wall, in an anti-clockwise direction. To avoid scratching or damaging your fittings, place a cloth between the spanner and the shower arm. 2. If you have an existing washer in the connection, remove it and store in a safe place. 3. Clean the exposed wall thread and insert one of the rubber washers provided into the connection at the end of your shower arm, pushing it gently into the base. 4. Then insert the flow restrictor disc on top of the washer with the witches hat facing towards the direction of the water flow (away from the shower head). 5. Screw the shower arm/head onto the wall thread, making sure that the thread is all the way home on the disc. Be careful not to over-tighten, as this may cause damage.|
|Product Colors: Blue|
|Minimum quantities: 300|
|Lead time: 2 weeks|