Stainless Steel Beverage Faucet Is Health Environmental Protection


Stainless Steel Beverage Faucet are becoming more and m […]

Stainless Steel Beverage Faucet are becoming more and more mature in the domestic manufacturing process. Regardless of production or grade, stainless steel faucets have been greatly improved, and in terms of materials, stainless steel is healthier and more environmentally friendly, and can be recycled 100%. Stainless steel faucet is a new product in China, although its share in the domestic market is still relatively small, but because of its health, environmental protection, durability and other advantages, in recent years more and more consumers of all ages, and with manufacturing technology .The maturation will surely become more and more popular, and it will occupy more market share of the copper faucet. Therefore, stainless steel faucets will become the development trend of the future sanitary ware industry.


With the continuous improvement of our country’s status in the world, more and more countries in the world have begun to use Chinese stainless steel faucet products. At present, 99% of domestic and foreign water taps are plated with copper materials. As one of the largest producers of tap water in the world, and it has gradually become a world leader in tap processing and export, China has a vast market and consumption potential.


In recent years, with the acceleration of the global economic integration process, China's stainless steel faucet tool processing industry has gradually become the main force in the world's faucet tool industry. In some developed countries, especially in Africa, the Middle East and other developing countries, the demand for tap tools increases at a rate of more than 10% per year. Faucet tools are labor-intensive industries and have a great advantage for China.


Stainless steel faucets are made of environmentally friendly 304 stainless steel materials used in the food industry. The materials do not contain lead and ensure the highest standards of hygiene standards. Traditional copper faucets generally contain harmful substances such as lead, cadmium, zinc, and hexavalent chromium, and lead elements, such as long-term inhalation, will have a very harmful effect on the development of the human body, especially children and adolescents.