If you are replacing all or part of your kitchen faucet, knowing the kitchen faucets parts are is a huge help. Get right kitchen faucet parts for your repair before all actions. And while some kitchen faucet parts may be fairly self explanatory, some of them may be a bit harder to figure out.
These are perhaps the best known of all the kitchen faucet parts, and are usually attached directly to the sink. The water flows out of the end of the faucet stem.
Modern bar sink faucet or even most of single handle kitchen faucet are with ceramic disc faucet cartridge. The famous faucet cartridge are Sedal Spain. All sanliv kitchen faucets are using Sedal Spain cartridge. Common sizes like 40mm and 35mm.
Stem screws, also known as bibb screws, attach the washers to the end of the faucet stem.
Washers are used to attach the aerator to the faucet stem.
Gaskets (or O-rings) make sure that the faucet’s joints are watertight. Gaskets can either be rubber or metal.
Escutcheons and Flanges
These are installed behind or under your faucet in order to cover the hole for the pipe or valve.
Aerators and Adaptors
These kitchen faucet parts are attached to the actual faucet in order to alter the flow of the water, making them more environmentally sound.
Kitchen Faucet Handles, Levers and Controls
These are used to turn the taps on and off.
Braided Flexible Hoses
As attachment or accessories to deck mounted bar kitchen faucet, braided flexible hoses also easily to cause leaking.
Above mentioned kitchen sink faucet parts are suiatable for most of modern kitchen faucet manufacturer, such as American Standard, Blanco Faucets, California Faucets, Danze Faucets, Delta Faucets, Grohe Faucets, Hansgrohe Faucets, Kohler Faucets, Sanliv Faucets, Moen Faucets, Pegasus Faucets, Price Pfister, ect.