Niagara Conservation’s Bi-Max showerhead (pictured) has built-in flow rates of 1.0 gpm (soaping) and 1.5 gpm in power-rinse mode. The high-efficiency showerhead can save up to 11,000 gallons of water per year. Niagara’s nonremovable pressure-compensating device supplies a consistent, strong water flow, regardless of available water pressure. The Sava showerhead (1.75 gpm) can help save up to 8,212 gallons of water per year and features an oversized 4.4” diameter, easy-to-use 360° swivel spray head.

The company’s Luxury and Earth 9 Jet Turbo Massage models will debut later this year. The Luxury features an adjustable head easily able to reach an array of angles, and a high-velocity spray. The all metal, chrome-plated showerhead has a flow rate of 1.5 gpm. The Earth 9 is EPS WaterSense-certified (1.5 gpm) and can help save nearly 10,950 gallons of water per year. It features nine adjustable jets, including a gentle needle spray, a forceful turbo jet massage and a combination of the two.

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