PCA Spray 0.35 gpm Ultra Low Flow Faucet Aerator - Regular Size - Reviews

The 0.35 gpm ultra low flow PCA (pressure compensating) aerator spray models provide a flow rate reduction up to 84% as compared to the standard 2.2 gpm aerator. The wide spray is ideal for hand washing stations. The aerator is AB 1953 compliant and Vermont S-152. Under Federal Law, all faucets… more

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4.3 6
$2.74

By The Dog Walks

Verified

0.36 GPM are Excellent.

 
5.0

PROS

  • Nice spray
  • Spray Is Enough To Rinse

CONS

  • none

BEST USES

  • Bathroom Sink Stuff

Comments:

Works great. No complaints.


By $0.54/kwh and off-grid water!

Verified

Good for hand-washing only...

 
4.0

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Great for saving the most water possible, fine for washing hands and face, feels like plenty of water. I was hoping the spray would be stronger, however [just with reduced volume of water], as the very gentle spray that comes out is really not good enough to rinse through toothbrushes adequately. I usually have the final say in conservation parts of the house - low flow shower heads, LED bulbs, etc - but even I re-installed our older 1.0 gpm aerators to bring back the stronger sprays.


By wil

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product fullfilled the purpose my needs.

 
5.0

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  • Satisfying purchase

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product was delivered in a timely manner and the use of the items purchased were as described and no second guessing of how to utilize....


By Kevin G

Verified

Very nifty

 
4.0

PROS

  • Very low flow
  • Decent pressure

CONS

  • Spray pattern

BEST USES

  • Bathroom faucets

Comments:

Very useful little device to help save water. Pressure is decent, but I'd like a tighter spray pattern for it to be a 5 star aerator.


By Deborah

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Not quite what I had hoped for

 
4.0

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Bought these to use in my RV. I do a lot of boondocking, and want to spend as little time hauling water as possible. The insert looks identical to my previous 1.0 GPM aerator, the only way to tell them apart visually is the writing on the outside of the metal part. Performance wise... it seems that they save water more by reducing pressure than restricting the flow, which is what I had been hoping for. The pressure is still sufficient for washing my dishes and rinsing my toothbrush.


By Ann

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Should have bought next size up

 
4.0

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ordered three to use in both bathrooms and kitchen faucets. Should have ordered next size up for kitchen. But it works fine.