Niagara 1.25 gpm Earth Showerhead N2912N White - Case of 50

Niagara Conservation
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“Enjoy relaxing, hot massaging showers with the low flow showerhead rated #1 by leading conservation groups”

  • 1.25 gpm saves you up to 30% more energy and water without any sacrifices*
  • Adjustable 9-jet turbo massages: soft relaxing sprays to deep, therapeutic massages
  • water sense labeled
  • Consistent flow rate, regardless of water pressure
  • Self-cleaning, non-aerated spray; and maintenance-free
  • Installs easily without any tools
  • Corrosion-resistant, high-impact ABS thermoplastic body
  • Budget-friendly price

How It Works
The Niagara 1.25 gpm Earth MassageWhite Showerhead is a non-aerating, low flow showerhead (Flow Control Technology), which offers 9-jet turbo massaging sprays:
  • Non-aerating means air is not mixed into the water stream, as it passes through the showerhead; as a result, less temperature is lost between the showerhead and you.
  • Flow Control Technology means you will have consistent, even pressure regardless of water pressure; in fact, it means greater force at low pressure.
  • 9-jet turbo massages mean you enjoy the feeling of a higher flow, luxury showerhead at home.
  • In a nutshell, it means you will get superior performance, along with greater water temperature and flow control, while enjoying maximum energy savings.

You Also Need
  • Niagara Teflon Tape (sold separately)
  • Make & Model
    • Manufacturer: Niagara Conservation
    • Model: N2912N
    • Color: White
    • Material: Brass collar (standard 1/2 inch inside threads), corrosion-resistant, high-impact ABS thermoplastic body
    • Weight: 0.35 pounds (6 ounces or 0.16 kg)
    • Type: Non-aerated
    • Max Flow (Pressure): 1.25 gpm (80 psi)
    • Variable Sprays: 9
    • Off Valve: No
    • Case Quantity: 50
    • Certifications: CSA, California Energy Commission, water sense labeled, ANSI

    How to Install

    Optional: small towel/rag and pliers/wrench
    • Twist off the existing showerhead; if you need pliers, first put a small towel over the showerhead for better grip and protection.
    • Wrap teflon tape (not included) in a clockwise direction 5 or more times around the shower pipe.
    • Hand tighten your new showerhead onto the shower pipe as tight as possible.
    • Turn the water on and check for leaks; if leaking occurs, hand tightening again.
    • If leaking continues, use pliers to tighten; but first cover the showerhead with a small towel for better grip and protection.
    • Check again for leaks, and repeat above step as necessary.
    • If you need more help, watch Installing a Low-Flow Showerhead: A Sierra Club Green Tip.

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