Ceramic disc - Ceramic disc valves are typically operated with a single lever, with the handle spinning to control flow and temperature. Because the cartridge inside the faucet is made up of two toughened, corrosion-resistant ceramic discs, the operation is straightforward.
Flow with Style
One of the most often used fixtures in your home is the bathroom sink faucet. All of your guests, in addition to you and your family, utilize the bathroom faucet. Bathroom faucets must be both practical and of high quality to last a long time. They're also a terrific method to flaunt your individual style.
Bathroom Faucet Types
Single Hole Faucets - This is the most popular design for a clean and modern look right now. By adding an escutcheon plate to cover any unused faucet holes, many single hole faucets may be adapted to operate with most sinks. As a result, they're extremely adaptable as well as elegant and functional.
Vessel Faucets - While single hole faucets are also available, these are designed to work with vessel sinks. They are higher and made to sit over a vessel sink's elevated style.
Widespread Faucets - This is a traditional bathroom faucet design. With two handle styles, this piece is both timeless and utilitarian. A new broad faucet may breathe new life into your bathroom without the cost of a full redesign.
Centerset Faucets - Centerset faucets give a very tidy appearance. The base hides the faucet and clears the counter-top of clutter.
Mini Widespread Faucets - This is exactly what it sounds like: a scaled-down version of the popular. These faucets are smaller and sit closer together than centersets, but they lack the "base" of a centerset.