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1.8 GPM Water Saving Dual Thread Aerator in Antique Brass

This 1.8 GPM Faucet Aerator by Danco is designed to save up to 30% water as compared to using the standard 2.2 GPM aerator. It reduces water consumption without sacrificing water pressure. This contemporary styled, chrome slot-less aerator is an attractive addition to any faucet.

Model # 36099
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Danco
4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Product Description

This 1.8 GPM Faucet Aerator by Danco is designed to save up to 30% water as compared to using the standard 2.2 GPM aerator. It reduces water consumption without sacrificing water pressure. This contemporary styled, chrome slot-less aerator is an attractive addition to any faucet.

  • Saves up to 30% water consumption
  • Contains non corroding plastic internal diffusing components
  • Stainless steel screen
  • Solid brass body in antique brass finish
  • Dual thread will connect to either male or female faucet
  • For kitchen faucets ONLY
  • Complies with the reduction of lead in drinking water act
  • NSF/ANSI/CAM 61: Q ≤ 1 compliant

Specifications

  • PKG Height (in.)4.84
  • PKG Width (in.)1.26
  • PKG Length (in.)1.94
  • PKG Weight (in.)0.04
  • OEM BrandUniversal
  • MaterialBrass
  • Product TypeAerator

2 reviews for 1.8 GPM Water Saving Dual Thread Aerator in Antique Brass

  1. ps97dev (store manager)

    This is good product.

  2. ps97dev (store manager)

    This is product Water Saving Aerator in Antique Brass is very good.

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Step-by-step instructions

A worn out aerator /adapter is a quick fix, as you're about to see. It’s also a great way to reduce your water usage and decrease your water bills. And when it comes to fixing it yourself, you're also about to see you're becoming a DIY expert. Tools and supplies required: Adjustable Pliers
1
step-1

Turning counterclockwise, unscrew the old Aerator from the Faucet Spout. If your Aerator has been in place for a while, you may need to use Adjustable Pliers to loosen.

2
step-2

You should determine if your Aerator has Female or Male threaded connections before you go to your local home improvement store to find a replacement. If your Aerator or Adapter has threads on the outside, your Aerator is Male. If your Aerator has the threads on the inside, then your Aerator is Female. Be sure to take your Aerator or Adapter with you to the store to be sure you get the right replacement part. Keep in mind that there are also dual fit Aerators (like the one shown in this image) and Adapters that can fit to either a Male or Female connection.

3
step-3

If not already in place, insert the Washer into the threaded end of the Aerator.

4
step-4

Turning clockwise, hand thread the new Aerator onto the Faucet Spout. Be sure not to overtighten. Finally, turn the water on to ensure there are no leaks.

 

California residents prop 65 warning This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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