Neoperl Faucet Distributor (92 items) | Raptor Supplies Deutschland

NEOPERL

Founded in 1959, Neoperl is a manufacturer of products that offers innovative solutions for drinking water. The company utilises its technological expertise to design faucets and other products to regulate, decontaminate and manage the water flow in various applications in the plumbing industry. Read More

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  • Aerators

    Includes high-quality Neoperl faucet aerators for creating a non-splashing, straight and evenly pressured stream. Available in different thread sizes and flow rates

  • Faucet Accessories

    Includes plastic aerator wrenches for quick installation and removal of faucet aerators. Available in red and blue

  • Faucet Repair Parts

    Includes a wide range of brass, acetal and EPDM washers, tools, faucet adapters, faucet adapter kits and faucet adapter snap fittings in different sizes and connection types

About Neoperl

Its catalogue includes aerators, flow regulators, check valves, connecting hoses, shower hoses and other accessories. Neoperl faucet aerators are installed into the spouts of washbasin, kitchen and bathtub faucets. These inserts deliver a gentle, splash-free stream flow while conserving water & energy, as well as offer user-selectable stream patterns, such as gentle, crystal clear, stylish and rain showers. The brand's adapters make a connection between the outlet on a faucet spout and an aerator or other fittings. They are made of hygienically-safe brass material with high-quality chrome finish for superior corrosion resistance.

Things To Consider

Cross-Reference Alternatives

Neoperl MPNs cross individual references to the equivalent Kohler, Chicago Faucets and Moen. So, if you're looking for a competitor item that is either out of stock or obsolete, chances are Raptor Supplies has the equivalent Neoperl products available.

Shipping

These Neoperl products range from small to large sizes. They may require careful packaging as some items might get damaged while shipping. Hence, these Neoperl items are delivered by courier shipment and air freight for minimum downtime.

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Neoperl Competitive Advantages

Faucet Aerators With Integral Flow Regulator (PCA)

PCA faucet aerators are equipped with a pressure-compensating flow regulator that, along with an O-ring, helps deliver a constant flow rate regardless of pressure fluctuations. The elastomer subjected to the line pressure is compressed into the seating area, thus reducing the water passage. As the pressure decreases, the elastomer relaxes and reopens the water passage to allow smooth flow. In addition to the water-saving effect, a constant flow rate also allows water to be distributed evenly across multiple draw-off points.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the advantage of check valves?

A check valve allows the flow to run freely in one way, but if the flow turns, the valve will close to protect the piping from damage due to the water hammer.

How to clean lime from Neoperl aerators?

Simply rub the lime away from rubber nozzles deposited over time, making the faucet stream straight and soft again.

What are strainers used for?

Strainers are used where sediment or impurities in the water supply line might affect the functioning of downstream applications. They are typically installed in connection pieces or hose fittings for easy cleaning and replacement.

How to replace a faucet aerator with an integrated thread?

  • For every Neoperl aerator with integrated thread, there is a corresponding service key to specifically adapt to the shape of the aerator.
  • Position the key to the faucet spout. To build up torque and prevent the teeth from breaking off, ensure that the indentations interlock properly.
  • Now turn the faucet aerator to undo it.
  • Replace the unit and screw it very carefully to prevent damage to the O-ring or changing its position, which might lead to leakage.
  • Also, moisten the aerator with a little water to facilitate installation.