I've seen Kitchen Faucets a lot, but I don't know how much you know about the structure of the faucet. Generally speaking, the faucet is divided into four parts: water outlet, control, fixing and water inlet.
The faucet is fixed on the basin, sink, etc. by fixed parts. The water enters the control part through the water inlet hose, and then we adjust the water temperature and volume through the control part, and finally the water flows out through the faucet. This is about the operation process.
There are many types of water outlets, such as ordinary water outlets, rotating water outlets with elbows, pull-out water outlets, waterfall water outlets, etc. When purchasing a faucet, pay attention to the size of the basin and sink.
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