How the AquaClic Clima water-saving shower head works

It's special design permits a maximum flow of 11 liters/min (at a normal pressure of 3 "bar"), compared to 15-25 liters per min used by conventional shower heads.

A cross section of the AquaClic Clima shower head

Spardusche Clima im Querschnitt
a) Water flows through the handle
b) In this chamber, water flows through the cone
c) In this chamber, pressure builds up
d) In the expansion chamber, the water is separated into drops e) as it is dispersed through the perforated disc
f) The water then takes form in the turbulence chamber
g) ...and exits as a powerful stream made up of small drops
h) The "tear-off edge" ensures that the water exits in a uniform flow

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