Low flow water fixtures save water, energy and time for you. As the name suggests, the low-flow fixtures restrict the amount of water flowing out of the water fixture, to an optimum and comfortable level to prevent wastage.
Low flow water fixtures are "green" and save water, energy and your time
Low flow water fixtures such as the low flow bathroom and kitchen sink, and low flow bathroom showerheads, can put less strain on a tankless water heater (amount of hot water they can supply simultaneously). Low flow water fixtures/faucets and aerators limit the water coming out of the faucet to an efficient yet comfortable level. There are also low flow plumbing fixtures available in the market.
The following are the best low flow water faucet fixtures available in the market today (based on retail and consumer data, and analysis):
|Model||Adler||WaterSense Bathroom Faucet||Selia||Elliston||Lorain|
|Flow Rate***||1.5 gpm||1.5 gpm||1.5 gpm||1.5 gpm||1.5 gpm|
|Model Details (from Manufacturer)||Single-Handle Bathroom Faucet, 4", Chrome||-Handle 4-in Centerset||2-Handle Widespread WaterSense Bathroom Faucet||2-Handle Widespread WaterSense Bathroom Faucet||2-Handle 4-in Centerset WaterSense Bathroom Faucet|
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* Smart Zero Home overall rating based on customer and retailer feedback and our 5 parameter market analyses
** Price is the best price available online, and may include discounted/bargain prices that may not be available everywhere
***Gallons Per Minute (GPM). Note: New faucets should not exceed 2.2 GPM, as per federal law. Older faucets can flow at rates as high as 3.5 to 7 GPM. WaterSense® labeled faucets use no more than 1.5 gpm