Different Types Of Bathroom Taps Available In Australia

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The most popular material for taps is brass and can add modern style to any laundry, kitchen or bathroom.

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Different Types Of Bathroom Taps Available In Australia

  1. 1. Different Types Of Bathroom Taps Available In Australia
  2. 2. There are different types of bathroom taps available in Australia for vanity basins, bathtubs and showers; also you can find a variety of taps manufactured from different types of materials. Selecting taps that suit your bathroom’s style will make a huge difference and will complete the look of your bathroom. The most popular material for taps is brass and can add modern style to any laundry, kitchen or bathroom. Before choosing any of the bathroom taps in Australia, you may need to consider the water efficiency of the new tap. For this, you can request information regarding water efficiency rating provided by WELS.
  3. 3. Bathroom Mixer Taps A tap through which cold and hot water comes out of the same spout is known as mixer tap. These bathroom taps in Australia usually have a pressure balancing feature, so the hot/cold water ratio is not affected by any changes in the pressure. In this type, the cold and hot water from 2 valves is mixed together before reaching the outlet, which allows the water to come out at any temperature between that of cold and hot water.
  4. 4. Kitchen Mixer Taps In this case, spout has different channels for cold and hot water. Usually the spout swivels and is able to reach both bowls in double sinks. These types of taps are popular for their functional pressure adjusting abilities and multi-functional features.
  5. 5. Bath/Shower Mixer Taps These bathroom taps in Australia come with a control knob which diverts water flow from bath spout to shower handset. Although these taps do not provide forceful spray, they are very convenient in use and can be a great addition to any bathroom. Before making the purchase, make sure the style of bath/shower tap matches the design of bathroom accessories and lighting fixtures.
  6. 6. Ceramic Disc Taps The recent taps design includes two hardwearing ceramic discs, one is movable and the other one is fixed, these are used instead of washers. When the tap is turned on, the openings in both discs line-up and water flows through. The discs become more watertight and smoother with wear, therefore will never need a replacement. These types of taps are very easy to use, making them particularly good for elders and any person who has limited movements in their wrists.
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