Spray Stream is used to produce a miniature shower pattern and provides full coverage of hands during washing. Similar to the laminar stream, it is non-aerated and restricts the flow of water. Suggested for use in public lavatories.
Laminar Stream produces a non-aerated water stream ideal for high flow applications or health care facilities with a beautiful crystal clear, non-splashing stream.
Aerated/Bubble Stream mixes air into the water. It produces a larger, whiter stream that is soft to the touch and non-splashing. This stream is usually the choice for residential faucets.
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How do I measure water pressure?
To measure pressure you'll want to get a pressure gauge with a hose bib adapter. After the gauge is screwed on, turn on the water supply and read what the PSI is. Measure pressure from a city water or reclaimed water source in the same manner as the pump, simply connect the pressure gauge to a hose, turn on and read. Measuring flow from a city water or reclaimed water source will be similar to measuring flow from a pump. If you have any questions you can always call your local public works or water authority to ask them the available flow and pressure (when on public water system - not a well).
What is a Cache faucet aerator?
The Cache® faucet aerator threads directly (and disappears) into the faucet spout, making it vandal proof by design. Removal and installation is easy with the Cache® key. Cache® faucet aerators have been used by orignal equipment manufacturers since 2006. We carry the complete line of our Cache® faucet aerators.
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