FAQ About Faucets
Many people have some doubts with the faucet when they buy the faucet or use the faucet. This article will compiled a few frequently asked questions, which are listed as follows:
1.Q: where does the lead of the faucet come from?
A: The main material of the kitchen faucet that most people used is the brass. But pure copper is not easy to cut which is like pure aluminium, so that technical staff will add a small amount of lead in brass, in order to improve the performance of cutting as well as the wear resistance. In addition to the faucet, cast iron pipes, copper pipes and plastic pipes also contain lead more or less . If these materials are used in water pipelines, it will lead to lead contamination, too.
2. Q: Can stainless steel replace copper to solve lead problems in faucet?
A: Copper can quickly kill superbugs such as MRSA in 30 minutes, and make it impossible for bacteria to produce antibodies, that is an advantage that other materials, such as stainless steel and plastic, do not have. The melting point of stainless steel is higher than copper, which is not easy to take shape. At present, the manufacturing process of stainless steel is not very mature. Stainless steel alloys does not contain lead but still contain other heavy metals (chromium, cadmium, arsenic, etc.).
3. Q: Does the sensor faucet can only be single temperature?
A: No, the sensor faucet also has hot and cold water, and can adjust the water temperature humanely.
4. Q: Why do faucets or sprinkles sometimes spray water in wrong direction or in all directions?
A: This is caused by the impurities clogging the filter screen. Just remove the filter and remove the impurities, then reinstall it.
5.Q: what should I do if the stem is broken?
A: This is mostly because of the use of excessive force, or improper operation, just replace the valve core. When used properly, opening Angle is less than 23 ° or so, rotation range should be in the range of 110 °.