Water Conservation Devices

Kitchen Faucet Aerator

This unit has everything; the swivel action, both aerated jet and wide spray and both the full flow and the easy touch flow restrictor.
Important: turn off at faucet when finished with the water.

Water Conservation Tip

Collect cold water from the tap when waiting for water to get warm in watering cans for use in the garden.
Kitchen Faucet Aerator

Rain Gauge

Increments both in English and Metric units of measurements up to 2.0 inches. Measure rainfall and adjust lawn sprinkling accordingly

Water Conservation Tips

Water your lawn only when necessary; early morning, if possible. Lawns only require 1 inch of water and week - use a rain gauge to determine if your lawn needs additional water. Frequent light watering can weaken the lawn, encouraging shallow roots that are less tolerant of dry periods.

Rain Gauge

Water Saving Shower Head

  • 9-Jet Turbo Massage is adjustable:
  • Gentle needle spray to forceful jet
  • Non-aerating spray means less temperature loss
  • Non-removable flow compensator
  • Installs easily by hand
Water Saving Showerhead

Leak Detection Dye Tablets

Detects leaks in toilets, darker color for fast and easy detection, 2 per pack. Drop tablet in the tank and wait a few minutes. If the dye appears in the tank, you have a leak
Leak Detection Dye Tablets

Garden Hose Nozzle

The water saving design of this Water Miser 6-position Garden Hose Nozzle allows setting the spray pattern independent of the flow rate. Stainless Steel nozzle with Spray adjustment knob. Rust-resistant, stainless steel latch. 6 precision spray patterns are available:
  • Mist
  • Soaker
  • Shower
  • Jet
  • Cone
  • Flat

Garden Hose Nozzle