Stainless Steel Faucets Manufacturers Share The Classification


    Next, let's discuss the classification of the faucets shared by Stainless Steel Faucets manufacturers:

    1. The faucet is divided according to the valve core, which can be divided into rubber core (slow opening valve core), ceramic valve core (quick opening valve core) and stainless steel valve core. The most critical factor affecting the quality of the faucet is the spool. Most of the taps with rubber cores are cast iron taps with spiral openings, which have been basically eliminated; ceramic spool faucets have appeared in recent years and are of better quality and are more common now; stainless steel spools have only recently appeared and are more suitable Areas with poor water quality.
    2. The faucet is a valve that controls the flow of water. Faucets in British wash basins or bathtubs are usually separated by cold and hot ends. In the United States and others, most of them are hybrid faucets. The latter is produced after mixing cold and hot water, so different temperatures can be controlled to use water. The main raw material of faucet is copper and zinc alloy. If the faucet is installed separately, the tap water is not necessarily hot or cold. Usually hot faucets generally have a red indicator light or symbol, while cold water faucets generally have a blue or green indicator light or symbol. In native English speakers, faucets are often marked with an "H" or "C" for hot or cold. Most residential houses, commercial and industrial houses have a faucet in front of them. They are equipped with a switch with a four-corner hole to prevent passers-by from using water.

    The above content is organized and shared by Lavatory Cabinet Manufacturers, hoping to help those in need.