faucet

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Synonyms for faucet

a regulator for controlling the flow of a liquid from a reservoir

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Technology that turns faucets on and off with just a touch to H[sub.
Complete report on kitchen faucets market spread across 150 pages, analyzing and profiling 8 major companies as well as supported with 98 tables and figures is now available at http://www.
Kohler's latest product is the Loure faucet line, which includes a lavatory faucet, a bath filler and shower components.
Ajman -With the annual water consumption in schools hitting 8 million gallons, the Federal Electricity and Water Authority (Fewa) has so far replaced 80 normal faucets with special, water-saving ones at 15 schools in Ajman.
Serin deck mount faucets can be installed as a single-hole faucet and also are available with optional 4-inch and 8-inch deck plates to cover existing sink holes, if needed.
The report reveals that a large number of construction projects are in execution in Saudi Arabia, which are expected to contribute to the demand for faucets in the country.
Q We have a one-handle adjustable faucet in our kitchen.
Germany-based Grohe, a global provider of sanitary fittings, has launched its SuperSteel brand of finished kitchen faucets, with a surface hardness three times higher than that of chrome.
During freezing temperatures, water in hoses will freeze and expand causing connecting faucets and pipes to freeze and break.
Delta Faucet, one of the largest manufacturers of residential and commercial faucets, last month opened its new regional headquarters in the Middle East.
The original faucets were investment castings, but since Mr.
These faucets are ideal for glass, plastic an ceramic beverage and water dispensers and containers.
The first international gathering on ceramic faucets attended by the Iranian and Asian countries` managers and exports of oil and gas industry it was emphasized that the Islamic Republic will be the Middle East`s pole of ceramic faucets exports.
According to NKBA surveys, Americans typically replace their bathroom faucets, towel bars and decorating accessories every five years, adding new flooring, tile and counters every 10 years and finally replacing everything from the toilet to the tub every 20 years, spending an average of $11,000 for the total makeover.
The material it would use to injection mold the end connectors had to be hydrolytically stable with high heat capabilities to comply with ASME/ANSI quality standards for faucets.