Usually brass finished but additionally available chromium-plated. Has horizontal inlet. Brass taps using a threaded outlet to get a hose connector are frequently used as garden taps. Inlet has BSP male thread. The faucet is often connected to a wall plate elbow fitting for mechanical safety.
Often chromium finish. Has vertical inlet. A back-nut is used to bolt the faucet into the deck of a sink so the plumbing connections need provide no mechanical power.
A sink tap ought to be tall enough to allow buckets to be filled so before you purchase check the spout height (distance from a top of sink to the underside of spout) and spout thickness will be sufficient. Inlet has 1/2 in BSP male thread -usual pipe fitting is a tap connector.
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Sink mixer Mixers have different hot and cold inlets, but a single outlet. Spout outlets can be pushed to either side – to feed two sink bowls or to make it easier to get things in and out of the sink. Usual spout length is 7in – but 9in spouts are better for double-bowl sinks. Most kitchen sinks have been fed with cold water direct from the mains and warm water through the cold water cistern.
Water by-laws don’t permit the stored hot water to combine with the mains cold water within a fitting, so sink mixers are often divided-flow or dual-flow types.
Non-divided flow mixers may be used only when the hot and cold materials both come straight from the mains (ie in which the hot water is heated by way of an instantaneous-type water heater) or both come from the cold water cistern (which is unlikely for a kitchen).
Harness holes in sinks and inlets on sink mixers are usually a standard distance of 178mm apart. Inlets are 1/2 in BSP male threads -other dimensions indicate the mixer is most likely a continental type, which might not be suitable.