Views: 240 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2021-07-07 Origin: Site
The sanitary wares we use every day include single sink vanity, soaking tub with shower, smart water closet and so on. Nowadays, there are many bathroom products on the market, so many people who are decorating for the first time do not know how to choose. So which types of sanitary ware include? This article mainly introduces the types of sanitary ware and purchasing principles.
The toilet is an important part of the bathroom. When purchasing a close coupled toilet, in addition to focusing on the shape itself, you also need to understand the flushing method and water consumption. There are two main flushing methods for toilet-type sanitary wares: direct flushing and siphoning. Generally speaking, the noise of a power flush toilet is louder and easy to return to smell. The siphonic toilet is a silent toilet, and the water seal is high and it is not easy to return to the smell.
Bathtubs are generally made of ceramic, cast iron, wooden barrel and acrylic. The quality of bathtubs of different materials is also very different. In terms of the firmness of the material, cast iron soaking tubs are slightly better. In terms of thermal insulation performance, wooden barrels and acrylic materials are better, and cast iron is the worst. In terms of installation costs, the installation costs of ceramic and cast iron materials are relatively higher. In terms of price, cast iron bathtubs are the most expensive, ceramic bathtubs are second, wooden barrels are more expensive, and acrylic bathtubs are relatively cheaper.
In addition to considering the shape of the washbasin, we should also pay attention to the quality of the glaze. When purchasing, you can face the light and observe from the side of the ceramic from multiple angles. A good glaze should be free of stains, pinholes, blisters and bubbles, and the surface should be very smooth. You can also observe the moisture content of the glaze. The lower the moisture content of the glaze is, the better the quality is. The moisture content can be learned from the instructions.
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Faucets are divided into basin faucets, washing machine faucets, single faucets, double faucets and so on. When choosing a faucet, pay attention to the quality of the valve core of the faucet, the quality of the faucet's manufacturing material and surface treatment, as well as its adaptability to water quality and whether it saves water. Generally, the high-quality water faucet uses imported ceramic valve cores, preferably from Italy and Germany. In terms of manufacturing materials, most high-end faucets are made of brass, that is, brass bath taps. In addition, when purchasing a faucet, the manufacturer must be required to provide quality assurance of the surface coating, and the warranty period should be no less than three years.
1. Understand the awareness of sanitary ware matching. There are many types of sanitary ware, and the prices vary widely. When purchasing, you must have the awareness of matching, so as to ensure that each accessory has the same style and grade.
2. To match the color and style. The style and tone of sanitary ware should be in harmony with the overall style of the bathroom. If the main color of the bathroom is dominated by tiles, the sanitary ware should be consistent with the color of the tiles.
3. Determine the drain and size of the toilet. Before buying a toilet, be sure to measure the distance between the drain and the rough wall. The wall distance of the toilet drain should be equal to or slightly smaller than the wall distance of the toilet drain.
4. Double guarantee of appearance and quality. Many people only choose the appearance when buying sanitary ware, but they do not have that high-quality requirement. Although we can't judge the quality of many sanitary wares from the appearance, we must remember to buy products with brand and quality assurance.
Sanitary ware is an indispensable part of the home. When purchasing, in addition to paying attention to quality and brand, we must also pay attention to whether the product meets environmental protection standards.