Water taps Tech H20, Save Water 30 Percent

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Everyone needs water to bathe and cleanse the body. Clean water is the most important thing of course, but over time, the amount of water usage also affect a person’s life experience. The more water used, the fresh sensation after the bath becomes increasingly felt.

But many people do not realize, the use of excessive impact on the water supply in the future. Delta Faucet Company General Manager Asia Pacific, David Naber, seek appropriate solutions so that customers do not use too much water. “We utilize H20 Technology to create the latest products, Brizo. This technology reduces the amount of water that flows without the user realizing it.

This technology, continued David, enables users to experience the fun in the bath. Users will feel the water running pretty much even though not as much as expected. The trick, David modify the size of the droplets of water flowing from a shower head. The amount of water droplets vary in each product. However, David claimed the consumption of water savings can reach 30 percent.

“Users do not want to experience the bath is reduced with a little stream of water. This technology helps provide comfort while reducing the use of water,” explains David.

In addition, the product also pocketed certificate Brizo Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) WaterSense 2013. The program aims to protect water supplies in the United States in the future. WaterSense certification is given on the main criteria of the EPA that the water flow of 1.5 gallons per minute for faucets and 2.0 gallons per minute for a shower.

WaterSense labeled products alone could reduce the use of 20 percent water. One product WaterSense labeled Delta Faucet is Sotria. This product carries the tail design of a triangular aircraft on the muzzle. This faucet is specifically designed to be installed in a bathroom with a choice of four variants namely Polished Chrome, Brilliance Luxe Nickel, Polished Nickel, and Matte Black.

Sotria was launched in the US in November 2014. The price is priced around 400 US dollars, or Rp 5.2 million per unit. Although quite expensive, he believes its products can compete in the segment. Besides WaterSense, Sotria include H2O technology Technology that is a system controller dynamics of flow, pressure, and water temperature. This technology also makes it easy to enable users simply tap through the touch in some parts of his body.