Kitchen Faucets Manufacturers Introduces The Switching Principle Of Faucets

Update:23-11-2020
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Kitchen Faucets Manufacturers introduces 2 common switc […]

Kitchen Faucets Manufacturers introduces 2 common switching principles of faucets:

 

1. The screw valve is actually a rubber plug valve. There is a rubber plug at the bottom of the faucet switch. When the faucet is turned, the rubber plug can move up and down to adjust the water flow. When the faucet is tightened, the rubber plug blocks the faucet and the water cannot flow out.

 

2. The ball valve is a ball under the switch of the faucet. The ball is closely attached to the wall of the faucet tube. There is a circular hole on the ball. When the direction of the circular hole is the same as the direction of the faucet tube, water can pass through the circular hole. When the switch is toggled to make the direction of the circular hole different from that of the pipe, the water flow slows down or stops.