international standard export packing or follow the clients requirement
Guangzhou/ foshan/ shenzhen
1 - 10
To be negotiated
stainless steel/ Zinc
Ceramic dis cartridge
Cartridge life time
No leakage after 500,000 times using
The Thickness Of Nickle Plating
The Thickness Of Chrome Plating
Water Press for Leakage Test
10kgs, no leakage
Salt spray test
Basin faucet mixer≥10L/min
3-5years as per different level quality
OEM & ODM are welcomed
HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR BATHROOM SINK FAUCET
Bathroom sink faucets are an essential piece of any bathroom but that doesn't mean they can't also be a stylish accent to enhance your bathroom. Faucets come in a multitude of styles, designs and finishes with a wide variety of features such as anti-scald protection, touch less operation and more. All of these things as well as ease of use, safety, durability and faucet set size should be taken into consideration before you make your purchase.
BATHROOM SINK FAUCET INSTALLATION TYPE
Not every bathroom sink faucet will be compatible with every bathroom sink. Bathroom applications generally have 1 or 3 holes located in the rim or deck of the sink, the countertop or the wall above the sink. After determining where your faucet will be mounted, measure the distance between the center of the far left hole to the center of the far right hole.
Look at the below sketches to determine which bathroom sink faucet is compatible with your bathroom sink.
CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE YOUR BATHROOM SINK FAUCET PURCHASE Before purchasing your bathroom sink faucet, here are a few things that you should consider:
• Who uses your bathroom? Some handle styles are by design easier to grip and turn than others. Consider who will be using your bathroom, is ease of use ? Achieving a solid grip and turning a knob or cross handle may be difficult for some users, if this is a concern for you consider handle options that are very easy to use such as lever handles, single handle faucet or even touch activated. review the Details and Dimensions section on the product page to confirm that a faucet is compliant before purchasing.
• How much space do you have around your sink? When replacing an existing faucet examine the space you have around your sink. Are there shelves above the faucet which will determine a maximum spout height? How big is the sink and countertop itself? Along with the number and configuration of holes, allow the space around your sink to help guide your faucet choice.
• Consider finishes of other items in the bathroom. Take into consideration the finish of the other elements in your bathroom such as the lighting, bathroom accessories, shower/tub faucet(s). Generally you want to stick with the same finish throughout the bathroom. Finishes do vary by brand, however if you stay within the same family such as brushed chrome or brass you should be able to coordinate all elements nicely.