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Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen sink taps are in frequent use and must work properly and operate easily. You need to be able to rotate the tap freely so that you can direct water into different parts of the sink or sinks. Ceramic disc technology allows modern taps to be drip free. Kitchen sink taps that rely on washers to control water flow often tend to leak. Good quality taps are sculptural objects in their own right and can represent a relatively affordable way of adding a touch of class to a simple kitchen. The finishes that are available for taps include stainless steel, chrome, brass, epoxy of different colors, pewter and nickel.

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

* Mixer kitchen taps combine hot and cold water in the same flow. Many contemporary versions have single-lever controls.

* Pillar taps keep water temperatures separate. Bridge mixers have separate hot and cold taps joined to a central spout. Both are traditional in appearance.

* Wall-mounted or high-rise taps are a good choice if you have a deep or wide sink or if you need to fill tall pans or buckets.

* Professional-style taps feature a long flexible hose for rinsing pans and dishes and washing areas around the sink. Alternatively, some taps include a pull-out spray ahead.

* Water-filtering mixer taps provide hot, cold and filtered water. * Quarter-turn taps can be turned fully on or off with just a 90-degree movement.

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

Kitchen Sink Taps

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