Division Faucet Material
The faucet material is divided into four kinds, such as brass faucet, zinc alloy faucet, ceramic faucet and stainless steel faucet. 2016
The faucet material is divided into four kinds, such as brass faucet, zinc alloy faucet, ceramic faucet and stainless steel faucet.
Brass faucet used refined brass casting and has chrome finish, is gloss, have high wear resistance to corrosion. This faucet distinguish the quality of the pros and cons mainly in its own copper content and process. Copper used in plumbing industry is 59 mainly copper. In addition to copper, there is some other metal content, if the content of lead is too high it will damage human health.
Now on the market a lot of lead content in bathroom sink faucets generally is 3% -5%, for this situation, some manufacturers have in the development of low-lead type bathroom sink faucets , which may have lead content of less than 0.3%. In view of the lead content of the average consumer it is difficult to judge, while the international pipeline products for lead content has strict rules, so in order to consider the best to buy their own health through the relevant certification bathroom sink faucets .
The price of alloy faucet is much lower than brass faucet, and it can produced easily. The most common use is zinc alloy, but zinc alloy faucet is harm for our health and is not durable for using.
Now, zinc alloy is used to make faucet handles and some bathroom accessories. Because of the mature craft of electroplated for zinc alloy, some factory will add the wight of zinc alloy faucet, so we can not distinguish the material just according to the wight.
Ceramic faucet is a kind of faucet which is made of ceramic. Comparing with other bathroom sink faucets , ceramic faucet has advantages such as antioxidant and durable. It also has beautiful appearance for the ceramic casting surface which can matching more perfect with the bathroom products to express the high end texture of the whole bathroom.
Stainless Steel Faucet
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