Water conserving shower heads
You can buy yours here
Some things to take into consideration when purchasing low flow shower heads:
Since 1992 all shower heads sold in the United States have been required to flow at a rate of no more
than 2.5 gallons per minute when the water is at 80 pounds per square inch of pressure
(2.5 GPM MAX @ 80psi). In general, any shower head with a flow rate below 2.5 GPM has the
“potential” to save both water and energy.
Installing a new shower head is one of the quickest and easiest ways to “go green” while lowering your utility bills.
Taking the following factors into consideration when making your selection will get you off to a great start each and every day.
Flow Rate: 1.75 GPM to 1.5 GPM is optimal for balancing savings and comfort
Spray Strength: Selecting a shower head with a pressure compensating flow regulator ensures
Spray Feel: Choosing a non!aerated shower head minimizes the likelihood of accidental
Spray Coverage: Picking a shower head with a “full” spray pattern ensures maximum warmth and
Shower Start: Purchasing a shower head with ShowerStart technology eliminates the
inconvenience of waiting for your shower to get warm while boosting its water
and energy savings effectiveness by up to 14% or more.
You can see video of the Roadrunner Water Conserving Shower Head here at
or here on youtube