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What are the types of kitchen faucets?

October 28, 2021

By Punam Rao

There are numerous features, designs, and functions to consider when it comes to faucets.

There are spray heads, single-handle faucets, sensor, and auto shut faucets, and wall-mounted mixer for enhanced water flow and easy washing, as well as varied finishes such as stainless steel, to finish your kitchen in style.


Single Lever Basin Mixer

Single Lever Basin Mixer is fixed in a downward position and is meant to be used as an extension of the faucet rather than a free-ranging hose.

The pull-down faucet does not usually stretch above the rim of the sink, so you’re guaranteed a certain amount of tidiness as you wash up.

Sink Mixer Pullout Spout

 

             This kitchen faucet collection combines precision, technology, and utility with flawless style, making it perfect for exclusive areas and modern kitchens.

Spray taps are good for rinsing fruit and vegetables, basic cleaning, filling pots and pans, and watering windowsill plants. The aerator creates a foamy, soft flow that uses less water than a regular flow.

Sensor Faucet

With the advent of technology, smart devices are redefining every area of our home and revolutionizing the way we live, making things simpler and more efficient.

Touchless taps are simple to use because they detect the presence of hands or any other item. Nothing harmful touches us because the sensor taps are touch-free. These faucets do not require manual operation. The sensors that control water on/off assist save up to 40% on water consumption and waste. These touchless faucets can set a new standard of hygiene and perfection in your bathroom, in addition to adding a contemporary aesthetic.

Auto shut Taps

 

A push tap is a kind of faucet that allows you to turn on the water flow by just pressing a button. It is a self-closing faucet that, when turned on, releases water for a short period before shutting off after 8-10 seconds.

When compared to conventional taps, push taps to save more water since they offer a regulated water stream that limits the amount of water used.

Wall Mounted Basin Mixer

 

The most modern basin taps are wall-mounted taps, which are also perfect for use with a countertop basin.

The taps can be mounted on the wall to keep the area around your basin uncluttered and give it a more minimalist look.

Wall-mounted taps offer your bathroom a classy appeal.

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