- Jan 21, 2008
The trend to “go green” is omnipresent and a sound choice for both the environment and the property owner. There are several easy and inexpensive changes that can impact water usage and save money. One such way is to install a low-flow shower head. Alsons Corporation, a manufacturer of shower products, offers patented fluidics spray technology that delivers a reduced, water-saving flow while giving the user a superior shower experience. The fluidics shower heads are available with a 1.85 gallons per minute (gpm) spray, a 1.75 gpm spray and, for a 36 percent water savings over the standard 2.5 gpm, there is a 1.6 gpm spray. Also available is a convenient two-spray unit that allows the user to switch between a water-saving 1.85 gpm and standard 2.5 gpm with the turn of a lever.The fluidics technology in the Alsons shower head features a series of chambers that control the shape, velocity and thermal dynamics of water with no moving internal parts that would wear or need repair. This technology produces larger water droplets that stay hotter longer for a more saturating experience. It also delivers water at a higher velocity for a more invigorating shower experience, and distributes water that maintains uniform temperatures.