3 steps to teach you to choose a good faucet
When choosing a kitchen faucet, I think more questions: Can it be used for a long time? Will it pollute the water ? Inconvenient to use?
The overall structure of the faucet is divided into the valve core, the main body, and the surface layer. The Cartridge is the part that controls the flow of water in and out, and is the heart of the faucet. Look here for durability. The main body is the main component of the faucet, that is, the skeleton.Most of the water pollution is the poor quality of this part; The substance, that is, the skin of the faucet, is the face value of the faucet.
The quality of the Cartridge can be judged by whether it can withstand a long-term drip-free test. This test is for the life test of the spool. It can also be evaluated from the senses. Lightweight and unhindered, it means good quality.At present, ceramic Cartridge is the most suitable spool material for home use, and it is also widely used by many faucet manufacturers. It is the most cost-effective, because it is easy to obtain materials, while wear-resistant, hot and cold temperatures can be adapted for a long time.the inner wall of the copper spout will not breed bacteria. It is also the reason why many brands now choose copper materials to make faucets.
Most faucets are made of H59 copper, that is, brass with a copper content of 57% to 61%. In fact, some international sanitary ware brands even use H62 copper to produce faucets, because H62 copper is relatively more copper than H59 copper. Higher, better corrosion resistance.
Material selection: ceramic Cartridge, the most cost-effective.
2. Quality evaluation: The no-drip test of the switch requires not less than 200,000 switching times.
3. Sensory evaluation: Turn the handle up, down, left, and right to feel light and unobstructed