Learn More About Aerators

Watch the savings come flooding in as you save every last drop with our simple but effective water-saving devices for your home or business. Add low flow aerators to your bathroom and kitchen sinks and cut their water use by as much as 60% with a simple twist of the wrist. A flow rate of 2.5 GPM (gallons per minute) is standard for a faucet aerator, but faucet aerators with a flow of as little as .5 GPM are available. Higher flow rates are recommended for kitchen and workroom faucets, while lower flow rates are suitable for bathroom faucets. Choose the models that are right for you today and let the savings pour into your hands.

How to Tell If You Need An Aerator

If an aerator is already installed on your faucet, it will have its rated flow stamped on the side. This should read 2.75 GPM (gallons per minute) or lower, if not, replace it. If no aerator is installed, check to see if there are threads on the tip of the faucet, either inside or outside. Most modern faucets are threaded to accept aerators.