SMALL PARTS THAT MAKE ALL
Aerators – one of the most
important components of every faucet
Nowadays, aerators can be found on the
spouts of virtually all washbasin and bath-
They shape the water to produce a non-
splashing stream and add air to make the
water pleasantly soft. They also reduce
plumbing noise and help to save water and
CONSTANT FLOW RATE.
ALWAYS LOOKING AHEAD.
A QUESTION OF DIVERSION.
SAVING WATER AND ENERGY.
Neoperl promotes a responsible attitude towards the use of drinking water with its
water-saving and energy-saving products. Always aiming to provide as much water as
you need, but using as little as possible – in the shower, bathroom and kitchen. Warm
water accounts for the majority of water saved. This means that NEOPERL
playing an active role in reducing the energy consumed by heating water and making an
important contribution towards protecting our climate and our environment. It's never too
late. Existing faucets and showers can be easily retrofitted with water-saving components
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Flow regulators ensure that a defined,
virtually constant flow rate is maintained,
regardless of pressure fluctuations.
They are used in faucets, in instantaneous
water heaters and in solenoid valves.
You can use flow regulators to reduce
water consumption and take advantage
of cost-effective solutions in the wide
spectrum of technical applications.
Check valves protect faucets and installa-
tion systems to prevent the backflow,
backpressure or backsiphonage of used
water into the pipeline system. They also
guard against the potentially hazardous
crossover flow between hot and cold
systems in thermostatic faucets, for
example. This means that hot water cannot
get into the cold water pipe or vice versa.
Diverters are used to switch the water
stream between two different outlets:
between the tub filler position and the
shower in a bathtub faucet, and between
the overhead shower and the hand shower
in a shower faucet.
diverters have proven their
stability successfully in series of intensive
endurance tests. The requirements of the
standards are surpassed by a long way.