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The Award winning eco-friendly water-saving Waterblade

wras Accredited as safe to use.
WRAS approval # 1512334

Waterblade takes a trickle of water and transforms it, making it many times more useful.

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Save Water

Typically; The Waterblade uses a quarter of the water of a standard tap, and half that of a water saving aerator.

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Save Money

The Waterblade saves you money on your water bill and your water heating bill. Typically paying for itself in under 3 months.

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Save Time

Just follow the fitting instructions provided or watch our 2.5 minute video. Tools required; Wrench, cloth and slotted screwdriver.

How Waterblade works?

How Waterblade works?

Waterblade takes a trickle of water and transforms it, making it many times more useful for washing your hands. This enables reductions in both water and energy consumption..

Waterblade does this by taking a trickle of water and shaping it into a ‘Jelly Fish’ shaped, paper thin sheet of water that is as wide as your hand. This is an extremely efficient distribution of the water.

No other device washes your hands or your toothbrush so well with so little water!


Waterblade saves water and energy ?

Obviously how much you save depends on how often the tap is used and what you pay for your water and water heating.

Typically; The Waterblade operates at 2.4 l/m. A water saving tap with an aerating nozzle uses 5 or more l/m. A standard tap uses 10 to 20 l/m.

We calculated, using government data, an Annual Combined Water, Wastewater and Energy saving for Waterblade, per tap per year, of £75 compared to standard tap and £25 compared to aerating tap. The full data sheet is available on request..

Our monitored office trials showed a ‘real life’ saving of £32.00 per year per tap on the water cost alone. The full trial report is available on request.

Waterblade Awards


Water industry Achievement Awards

Winner Innovation Category, and Overall OFWAT Award



Winner M&S Big Innovation Pitch


Royal Bank Of Scotland

Winner Gogarburn Innovation Challenge

university of brighton

University of Brighton

Developed in part at the University of Brighton



Means fully compliant with all UK water Regulations and By-Laws.

european union

European Union

Awarded innovation development funding

green growth platform

Green Growth Platform

Awarded innovation development funding, and proud member of this fab eco-business support organisation


International Water Summit

Winner Innovation Award, Real Estate Category



Winner UK Product Efficiency Product Awards, Plumbing Category, (at the House of Lords!)



Waterblade has been Selected as a Wates Sustainable Technology

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