Neoperl has launched a new app called EasyMatch that quickly identifies the right aerator for any particular tap.

Retrofitting the right aerator to taps can save huge amounts of water and energy but identifying the right aerator for the job has required technical support. This is no longer necessary with the EasyMatch app,

The app supports plumbers, specialist wholesalers and DIYer’s in finding a suitable replacement part free of charge and without registration. All that is required is to open the app, remove the incumbent aerator and housing and answer a few questions about the removed aerator (like its diameter and patterning and air slots) and the app will automatically determine a suitable range of models as a replacement.  In special cases, the query may be forwarded to Neoperl experts to provide speedy feedback via text message. 

As water pressure fluctuates across the country, it’s impossible to produce a tap that will work the same in every situation.  Tap manufacturers, therefore, produce taps with optimal performance to work across all pressure situations. It’s only when in situ that one can identify whether the flow from the tap is too fast resulting in splashed clothes and water wastage. Changing the incumbent stream device or aerator is simple and takes just a few minutes. The new EasyMatch app is available for IOS from the apple store and for android from the Google play store free of charge. It’s being constantly developed so any feedback would be appreciated to improve the app’s use at DE.Marketing@Neoperl.com. More details at https://www.neoperl.com/global/en/blog/easymatch-app/

Neoperl UK is well known manufactruer of water devices. In the UK they are based in Malvern in Worcestershire where they manufacture many different sizes of flow regulator. But they do advise that most UK taps and showers are compatible with just a handful of product sizes. Stocking a small selection of these aerator products and advising customers, accordingly, could have a significant effect on helping to hit UK water-saving targets.

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