Student’s Faucet Design Saves Water By Swirling It Into Beautiful Patterns…

Student's Faucet Design Saves Water By Swirling It Into Beautiful Patterns...

Award winning designer, Simin Qiu, has developed a faucet that produces a spiralling stream of water and conserves 15% more water than yesterday’s faucet.

Two turbines inside the faucet head spin as the water flows through them, producing a latticed spiralling effect. The water comes out gentler and faster, as it responds in .3 seconds as opposed to .7 seconds of a traditional faucet…

Student's Faucet Design Saves Water By Swirling It Into Beautiful Patterns...



Where beauty and zen meets environmentally friendly…

Student's Faucet Design Saves Water By Swirling It Into Beautiful Patterns...

The faucet is powered by a push-button on top, and has three pattern settings. Which would you choose?

Student's Faucet Design Saves Water By Swirling It Into Beautiful Patterns...

You can find out more about Simins faucet design and other projects here (via Minds).

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Except for when you have to fill something – that will take the same amount of water no matter what faucet you use.

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Yeah that’s kinda obvious. The idea being it saves water when washing your hands or dishes.

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will actually use more as people watch the patterns…

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Won’t work where I live. Mineral content is so high I have to remove the screens from my faucets because they get gunked up with limescale.

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Looks like similar technology that Methven Tapware in New Zealand came up with 15 years ago.

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I think if you have a faucet within a few feet of a water heater, this is perfect. Or if you have dual sinks like in some master bedrooms, then if you don’t need to spool up hot water, you can utilize the low flow.

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