Most taps have an aerator/diffuser located inside the spout These come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. They are removable and generally unscrew (see diagram A).
In some cases due to a limescale build up they may be difficult to remove and it might be necessary to use a de-scaler and a pair of grips.
Once removed, compare your aerator/ diffuser with the 6 adaptors supplied. Pick the one that matches and screw in hand tight with the O-ring end into the tap, then simply screw the tap adaptor to the existing thread (see diagram B).
Some taps have an outside thread (see diagram C). In this case the tap adaptor will screw directly into the existing thread. If your tap does not have a thread, or is a single tap and providing it has a round spout, S1 adaptor can be used (see diagram D).
Periodical cleaning of the filter is recommended to prevent the possible build up of bacteria and limescale. To eliminate any possibility of back flow the distance between the lowest point of the installed tap attachment should be at least 20mm from the overflow of the sink (see diagram E).
To eliminate any possibility of back flow the distance between the lowest point of the installed tap attachment should be at least 20mm from the overflow of the sink.
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Pull down for shower spray
Push up for aerated anti-splash