Patented technology to collect clean,
unused water which is lost in everyday water use
in basins and sinks
Collects clean water lost between uses
Collects clean water lost when waiting for hot water to come
Does not use filters
Does not use disinfectants
Does not require any source of electric power
Does not have moving mechanical parts
Does not require tools to assemble it
Does not require maintenance
A team of engineers from Tethys has been developing a new patented technology to collect clean, unused water which is lost in everyday water use in basins and sinks.
This technology collects quantities of clean, unused water which are wasted when the tap is left running in the intervals between uses, e.g. when washing hands, shaving, brushing teeth or when waiting for the hot water to come. In such cases, the water which is necessary for these uses is significantly less than that consumed in total from uses.
The collection of clean water is achieved by exploiting the kinetic energy of a column of tap water in the opening of a fin and gill apparatus. Through a stable hydraulic circuit and with an equilibrium of liquids, clean water may pass through while used water cannot pass.
The total quantity of clean water saved is 75% of the total amount of water consumed in everyday use.
This means practically a saving of 40,000 liters of clean water annually for a family of four using fin technology.
in all uses relative to frequency of uses
fin is the fully effective and user-friendly device, so that every person can participate actively in the integration of water into the circular economy.