Metric Sized Faucet Aerators
Are you looking for an aerator to fit a European-made faucet? Having trouble finding one that fits your metric-size threads? Well, your search is finally over! PlumbingSupply.com® offers a vast selection of metric-sized faucet aerators to get your European faucet back to functioning perfectly. We even offer a variety of different flow rates & patterns to ensure you get just what you need.
Choosing the Right Aerator
1. Determine whether your faucet spout is female or male threaded. Female-threaded spouts have their threads inside the end of the spout; male threads are found on the outside of the spout. If your faucet has female threads, you'll need a male threaded aerator. If your faucet has male threads, you'll need a female threaded aerator.
2. Now, you'll need to find out what size aerator you require. The easiest way to do so is by grabbing some spare change: a quarter, nickel, and dime. You'll compare these coins to the size of the threaded end of your existing aerator (or the outlet of the faucet spout itself).
- A Regular/Standard size aerator (aka M24 x 1 thread Male or M22 x 1 thread Female) will be roughly the diameter of a quarter
- A "Tom Thumb" size aerator (aka M18 x 1 thread Male or M16 x 1 thread Female) will be roughly the diameter of a dime
Ultimate Low Flow 0.35gpm Aerators
(approximately 10.7 seconds to fill 8oz glass)
Ultra Low Flow 0.5gpm Aerators
(approximately 7.5 seconds to fill 8oz glass)
Low Flow 1.0gpm Aerators
(approximately 3.75 seconds to fill 8oz glass)
California Economy Flow 1.2gpm Aerators
(approximately 3.13 seconds to fill 8oz glass)
Economy Flow 1.5gpm Aerators
(approximately 2.5 seconds to fill 8oz glass)
California Standard Flow 1.8gpm Aerators
(approximately 2.08 seconds to fill 8oz glass)
Regular Flow 2.2gpm Aerators
(approximately 1.71 seconds to fill 8oz glass)
NOTE: Due to low flow regulations these aerators cannot be shipped to California
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Faucet Aerators introduce air into the water stream to produce a larger, fuller, whiter, softer and non-splashing water stream.
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What is a Spray Stream?
Spray device is a multiple needle like laminar stream used when the flow rate is to low to provide a full coverage of the hands during washing.
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