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Low Flow High Pressure Showerheads Enhanced by Water Select® Valves
Date:8/3/2013

(PRWEB) August 03, 2013

News: This page examines how the Water Select® showerhead valve supports and enhances the performance of low-flow high-pressure showerheads. Water usage adds up quickly when showering. Water consciousness has prompted many to replace their vintage showerheads with low-flow high-pressure showerheads. Low-flow showerheads use less water by restricting the flow of water without restricting the water pressure; hence they are known as, low-flow high-pressure showerheads.

Advances in the technology of water conservation lead to the development of the Water Select® showerhead valve. It is efficient when used in conjunction with the majority of showerheads on the market, and is manufactured to perform and maintain standard water pressure. While there is no showerhead that will improve water pressure coming into the shower, it is essential that standard water pressure be maintained. This is important to the functionality of a low-flow high-pressure showerhead.

Water Select® wants to ensure the shower experience continues to be a highlight of someone’s day. The Water Select® showerhead valve provides the ability to have the water spray from any low-flow high-pressure showerhead at full force, or it can be turned down gradually, or turn it down all the way to a complete stop. A 100% shut-off is an excellent solution for showerheads that drip. Being able to control the flow of water is a feature that is not commonly found on any showerhead. Flow control is an important breakthrough in the field of water conservation. Flow control enables the ability to save even more water and save even more money than previously possible.

Use this water saving device to maintain water pressure, and escalate the all round savings, afforded by a low-flow high-pressure showerhead. The water conservation device is easy to install and comes in an assortment of fine finishes that will match any existing showerhead currently on the market. The classic chrome, polished nickel, brushed nickel, oil rub bronze, and hard to find, polished brass {gold} models are all electro-plated brass, quarter-turn, devices with matching handles. The matte white and matte black valves are powder coated. All finishes will hold up to any steamy bathroom environment and because they are solid brass count on many years of dependable service and utility savings.

The Water Select® showerhead valve is easy to install between the shower arm and the showerhead, or in conjunction with a hand-held showerhead. After removing the existing low-flow high-pressure showerhead, use the thread sealing tape that comes with the valve and wrap the tape around the shower arm and the lower part of the valve before connecting it to the shower arm and the showerhead to the valve. It is as easy as 1-2-3. The tape will prevent water leakage. The only tool needed to install this device is perhaps a wrench; if the low-flow high-pressure showerhead is screwed on too tight to easily remove. http://www.WaterSelect.com has an easy to follow installation video and FAQ Q&A section for anyone experiencing problems.

The Water Select® valve has a built-in reduced-flow rate of 2.0 gallons per minute (2 gpm). When it is used in conjunction with a 2.5 gallon per minute low-flow high-pressure showerhead an automatic savings of 20% is immediately realized because when used together they reduce the measure of water used by 1/2 gpm, without reducing the water pressure. There is now reserved water for future use and this is conservation with immediate effect.

The aforementioned combination of water saving technologies introduces the opportunity to significantly increase the communal water reserves and decrease the bottom line utility bill(s) associated with each low-flow high-pressure shower. Taking all of this into account a person can use this revolutionary new water saving device to enable a low flow of water while performing routine tasks during the course of the shower. Certain tasks such as: soaping up, shaving, brushing teeth, massaging shampoo or conditioner throughout the hair, bathing pets, or even cleaning the shower area can use 4+ gallons of water each. Some of these tasks like shampooing hair are performed better with higher pressure.

This model is the most advanced and the most profitable method available in the specialty of water conservation in the shower. Check out http://www.waterselect.com to discover additional benefits of using the valve with any showerhead, or more efficiently with any low-flow high-pressure showerhead. Then buy one for every shower to increase utility savings and at the same time contribute to conserving the most precious and valuable resource; WATER. Water Select Is Conservation With Immediate Effect

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