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A tap that sends the water flowing through it into a swirling vortex pattern could help reduce the amount of water used by households.
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The tap is operated by touching a switch on the top.
Mr Qiu says the desing allows water to come out at the same pressure as a standard faucet but uses less water.
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He said: ‘It’s a very simple design.
I’ve used two turbines to create the effect, with one making the water flow clockwise and the other anticlockwise.
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The designer of the Swirl tap claims the hollow vortex of water created by the faucet can save around 15 per cent more water than standard taps.
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