Water Efficient Shower Heads
By Destiny D and Isabelle R
Why Choose The Water Efficient Show Head?
A water efficient shower heads use less water than normal shower heads. For example; a seven minute shower using a inefficient shower head can use up to 140L, while a water efficient shower head uses only 26L, an amazing difference.
Water efficient showerheads save your money going down the drain... literally, the water efficient shower head saves you thousands of dollars a year. The water efficient shower head uses less water, without compromising on showering experience. The water efficient shower heads help the environment and they are surprisingly cheap.
Who Created The Water Efficient Shower Head?
Peter Brewin is a passionate pragmatist who invented the water efficient shower head. He not only created the water efficient shower head, he also created Concrete Canvas. This magnificent man created the water efficient shower head at the prestigious Royal College of Art and Imperial College 2005.
Peter Brewin decided to invent this majestic piece of metal and steel when he noticed the amount of water being wasted when the shower's water was warming up. Peter Brewin also created a more efficient tumble dryer.
What Is A Water Efficient Shower Head?
Water efficient shower heads are a machine that gives out air and water at the same time. The water efficient shower heads not only look flawless but work flawlessly as well, the shower heads design was made to look good and work well so that you have the best showering experience.
How Do Water Efficient Shower Heads Work?
The water efficient shower heads have two separate jets, one propels air, the other jet propels water. Once the water is propelled, it collides with the air. Causing thousands of droplets to be created. This is how the water efficient shower head works.
Where Are They Used?
The water efficient shower heads cannot be used in outdoor showers, but with continuous updates to the design of the water efficient shower heads, we could be introduced to outdoor formats soon.
When Were They Made?
It took Peter Brewin a year to create the first testable prototype, he went through a large amount of prototypes before he found the last prototype without any flaws, his first perfect water efficient shower head. YAY!!!