Showers use more water in a house than any other appliance and more energy than anything other than heating. We cut both by 70% without reducing flow at the showerhead.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 2 May 2013
Multi-award winning company CINTEP will be exhibiting at Grand Designs Live with their revolutionary Recycling Shower. The most efficient shower systems in the world, CINTEP’s Recycling Showers use 70% less water and 70% less energy than conventional showers without reducing flow rate at the shower head, water pressure, water temperature or time spent in the shower.
CINTEP’s showers start every shower with 3 litres of fresh drinking water and then capture, filter and heat pasteurise that water whilst it is in use. The treatment process takes less than 30 seconds and means no water is stored in the shower and no water is shared between users.
CINTEP’s shower can be used in commercial and residential applications and in new-builds and renovations.
Grand Designs Live, the UK's leading contemporary home show, will open its doors from 4th - 12th May 2013 at ExCeL London. Based on the Channel 4 TV series, and presented by design guru Kevin McCloud, the event will be packed with over 500 exhibitors, across seven different sections, covering interiors, gardens, home improvement, self-build, renovations, technology and shopping.
Visit CINTEP in the Eco-Tech House in Grand Technology at Stand L70 and experience an immersive 3D video projection which will explain the inner workings of the shower, the water, energy and cost savings, and inspire your next bathroom project!
CINTEP is an Australian company that develops the most efficient shower systems in the world. CINTEP won the 2011 Green Challenge, the world's most valuable clean technology competition, a Dyson Award and the British Standards Institution Environmental Design Award. CINTEP was founded by Nick Christy and Peter Brewin in 2009. Nick Christy is a chartered accountant, ex KPMG; Peter Brewin is an award-winning engineer who also founded concrete canvas.