‘Air shower’ saves 50 per cent water

The folks over at CSIRO say their new shower head is highly innovative, as it allows for the air around the nozzle to be pulled in to make the water droplets hollow, thus allowing a substantial reduction of the amount of water required to take a shower. A graphic of the nozzle showing how air draws into the water flow, making the water droplets hollow.

So this isn’t a typical ‘low flow’ shower head.

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