SANLIV Two Handle Kitchen Mixer Tap with Pull Out Spray and Swivel Spout for all in one functions in the kitchen. Sanliv pull out spray kitchen mixer tap features deck-mounted, single-hole, one handle controling swivel spout, and pull-down spray for efficient cleaning. Solid brass body and Sedal Spain cartridge for for long life using. All mounting hardware and hot/cold flexible hoses are included.
About the Pull Out Spray Kitchen Sink Mixer Tap
The single lever, swivel spout kitchen sink mixer has a modern minimalist design.
This tap also features a pull out shower head which is used to fill the sink but also has the added functionality of being able to spray vegetables and dishes. The shower head is ideal for use with a single or double bowl sink.
The body of the mixer is manufactured from solid brass to ensure quality and durability. The mixer has a polished chrome finish.
The mixer tap can be turned so as to avoid projecting into the sink when not in use.
The mixer features a single lever control ensuring simple yet effective temperature control.
This item would be a fantastic addition to any modern kitchen sink.
Recommended minimum water pressure 0.2 bar meaning this tap is fine with all water systems be it low or high pressure so regardless of if you have a tank & cylinder (gravity fed) water system or a pressurised system such as a combi boiler, megaflow etc then this tap is perfect for you.
A pair of 15mm Flexible Tap Tails is included as are fixing brackets.
SANLIV WORLD CLASS Quality
The brass body of this taps contains over 59% copper content and has undergone extensive salt spray testing during manufacture.
Cheaper taps have low copper contents and traditional undergo shorter salt spray tests. This means that those taps look beautiful to begin with but they quickly (1/2 years) corrode and tarnish. This tap comes with a 10 year guarantee.
Other reasons why this tap is exceptional quality is the polishing stage prior to the electroplating with nickel is very thorough to unsure a thick but even coverage. If you look at a cheap tap at an angle you can often see “waves” in the plating and this is because the bond (nickel) is not thorough and even – This tap is perfectly polished and the nickel is evenly distributed making the chrome finish beautiful and flawless.
Finally the chromium finish that is electroplated onto the tap is 50 microns thick, evenly distributed and perfectly polished.