How to choose a bathroom faucet？
1, the handle: feel the light spool is good
Common faucet spools have steel ball spools and ceramic spools. The steel ball valve core has good resistance to pressure, but the disadvantage is that the rubber ring that acts as a seal is easy to wear and will soon age. Compared with the steel ball valve core, the ceramic valve core is more heat-resistant and wear-resistant. At the same time, the ceramic valve itself has good sealing performance, so that it can achieve a high number of opening resistances, and no faucet leakage due to valve core wear. The faucet with ceramic valve core is more comfortable and smooth in hand, and it is quick to open and close.
Since the spool is inside the faucet, the consumer can’t see the spool when purchasing, but the consumer can simply judge whether the spool is good or bad according to the feel when turning the handle. In general, the consumer turns the handle up, down, left, and right. If it feels light and has no blockage, the spool is better.
2, water flow: foaming is rich and soft, indicating that the bubbler is better
Consumers should choose a more durable overall casting faucet. The overall cast faucet is more dull when knocked, and consumers can judge whether the faucet is cast as a whole by tapping the faucet when purchasing.
When purchasing, try to choose a faucet with a bubbler, and feel the water flow with your hand. The water flow is soft and foaming (the bubble content of the water flow) is rich, indicating that the bubbler is of good quality. The bubbler generally has six layers, usually consisting of a metal mesh cover (partially plastic). When the water flows through the mesh cover, it is cut into a large number of small water columns with air in between, so that the water does not splash around.