Less Water Used In Fog Shower


A new shower design may be the answer to the increasing issues and concerns with water shortages in many areas. Brazilian design student Joao Diego Schlmansky, designed a shower that bathes you in a fog of microscopic droplets and happens to be one of the eight finalists in the 2007 Electrolux Design Lap competition.

The shower reduces the amount of water used and the amount of energy required to heat it. If produced, the Fog Shower would use less than a twelfth of water used by today’s most efficient low-flow showerheads. It would only take two liters of water for a five-minute shower vs the 20 liters used in traditional showers.


One Response to “Less Water Used In Fog Shower”

  1. Water would still be wasted down the drain while waiting for hot water to reach the nozzle! A longer shower would also be necessary because of the lack of water. The Hot Water Lobster would eliminate this waste of time and water! The Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve is The best home water conservation product I’ve found! It’s a recirculation system that uses my existing plumbing! It saves me a lot of time and water by not waiting for hot water! I installed the temperature adjustable recirculation valve under the sink farthest form my water heater and now I have instant hot water throughout my entire home. I’ve had it for almost 3 years and it still works perfectly!

    It’s pump free so it creates no noise. The pumps I’ve had in the past have been noisy, not to mention I went through 2 of them in 3 years! The Hot Water Lobster is made in the U.S.A. and has a 10-year warranty! I installed it myself in 10 minutes! I bought it from their sit for only $179.95! I have saved that much already!

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