Low Flow Shower Heads at a Glance
Save Water, Money, and the Environment
When you install one of our low flow shower heads or other water saving products in your home or business not only are you getting the most powerful and enjoyable low flow shower on the market, but you will also be getting massive water savings due to the reduction in water usage. Saving hot water means that you will also be saving on energy costs that are required to heat that hot water in your shower.
Bricor offers a wide range of flow rates from as low as 0.375 gpm to as high as 1.5 gpm. Some shower heads in the USA flow well over 2.5 GPM in some cases as high as 6.0 GPM. Replacing your water guzzling shower heads with a Bricor low flow shower head can potentially save you $180 yearly or more in water and energy cost per person in your household. This means a household of five has the potential to save nearly $1000 yearly simply by installing Bricor low flow shower heads in their home. See our selection of industry leading shower heads that are designed for either residential or commercial shower applications.
Venturi Physics for Amazing Results
Bricor’s low flow shower heads use our patented Vacuum Flow Venturi Physics system to not only aerate the water stream but to also compact the water leading to a powerful spray at the flow rate you desire. Our experience and innovative thinking deliver water saving products in beautifully designed packages. Applications for Bricor’s products include hotel showers, commercial kitchens, commercial bathroom showers and faucets, US government and military installations, residential showers, commercial water fixtures, industrial pre-rinse sprayer applications, fitness facility showers, apartment showers, colleges and university dorm room showers, plus shower heads for recreational vehicles needing ultra low flow performance.
Bricor has developed patented technology that aerates your shower head or other water saving products which gives a powerful flow.Learn More
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