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Making the Most of Low Flow: Delta H2Okinetic Technology

Water conservation is a serious issue for green gurus and pragmatics alike. But while most fixtures contain some “water conservation” feature or another, too few take time to evaluate the actual savings, or even consequences of these claims (from crappy showers to increased energy usage). 

Water Conservation without sacrificing Energy Savings

Paul Patton, Senior Product Development Manager at Delta Faucet Company talked to us about Delta’s H20kinetic® Technology and Delta’s to give us seriously satisfying showers while saving water (and energy).

He explains that it’s easy to lower flow, but if you’re not increasing performance somehow, then users (you!) are bound to be dissatisfied. Oscillating streams of water and larger-than-usual droplets…listen to his concise explanation on why this is the way to go!

Posted January 10th, 2011 by Jenny Rector


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