An aerator can help cut the water flow by less than half to 6 litres of water per minute.
Aerators are small attachments that are fitted at the end of water taps or can be inserted inside the spout. The purpose of an aerator or flow regulator is to maintain a constant rate of water flow, which is not affected by pressure fluctuations.
Aerators come in the form of mesh screens that divide the flow of water into multiple small streams by adding air in between. The volume of water flowing from the tap gets appreciably reduced as the water stream is diluted with air. This results in water savings and aerators also minimise splashing in sinks.
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