Sinks and Faucets. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 09:10:09 AM
Faucets can be divided into single handle and double handles and also can be divided into single type, double type and triple type according to their structure. Double type faucets can be connected to hot and cold wires at the same time and usually used in bathroom vessels and kitchen faucets with hot water. Triple type faucets can not only connect to the hot and cold wires but also can connect to the showers, and usually used in the faucets of bathtub. The body of faucets usually refer to the tubes which were usually made of bronze but has been replaced by brass. Copper contents of the high grade faucets is usually higher that 85%. Body of import faucets usually has no stomata, but the faucets made in our country lack of pressure, wear and corrosion resistance because of the lag of the price and technology and the limitation of surface frost process.
Internal structure of faucets usually includes hose, washing pipe, sealing ring, below box and center tube. Spool of faucets has two holes with hot and cold, and also has sealing quality with sealing rings. Spool of faucets usually controls the switch of the hot and cold hole and ceramic piece controls the main working.
With the great number of faucets on the market, there is a design for everyone. "Style is strictly a personal taste issue," Isley says. He doesn‘t dictate what clients choose design-wise — people like what they like, after all — but he does guide them when it comes to function and finishes. Most faucets use cartridge, ball or ceramic disc valves. A faucet with a ceramic disk valve and solid brass base materials will be the most durable. Though many attractive faucets have two handles, Isley always pushes for single-lever faucets in the kitchen. He also suggests clients include a spray arm for filling pots with water or rinsing the sink, whether it‘s part of the spout or a separate piece. Consider other convenient extras, like a garbage disposal and hot water dispenser.
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