Factory Supplier for Drain in Birmingham
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Q: Are you trading company or manufacturer ?
A: We are factory.
Q: How long is your delivery time?
A: Generally it is 5-10 days if the goods are in stock. or it is 15-20 days if the goods are not in stock, it is according to quantity.
Q: Do you provide samples ? is it free or extra ?
A: Yes, we could offer the sample for free charge but do not pay the cost of freight.
Q: What is your terms of payment ?
A: Payment<=1000USD, 100% in advance. Payment>=1000USD, 30% T/T in advance ,balance before shippment.
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This is a two part video series about basic faucet connecting methods. This is video 1.
I could have gone over this in the faucet installation video, but I wanted to introduce you to the basics before you get on your back and attempt to install your own faucet.
Basically you have two materials to work with, one being the classic metal (i.e.: brass, zinc locknuts and basin nuts) and the second being plastic, which has almost become the industry standard.
Being from the “old school” of thought, I have a preference for the metal components since you can bear down on them, which will make a good tight installation.
I find that with the plastic versions, I end up damaging the nuts and locknuts by breaking off the plastic wings. In either case,
I highly recommend using a backup friction washer or “rosette.” Generally made of metal, they allow the locknuts to turn freely allowing you to get your faucet secured nice and tight.
They are a must if you’re mounting onto a cast iron sink because of the rough unfinished texture. If you leave the backup washer out, the locknut will have a difficult time turning as it starts getting tighter.
On a stainless steel sink installation you can probably get away with not using them, but in my opinion it’s just good practice to include them on every installation.
Follow me over to part 2 in this video series and learn more about basic faucet connecting methods here:
I’ll even give you my thoughts on the Basin Buddy featured in this video.
Watch the video and if you have any questions, please head on over to http://www.BobsPlumbingVideos.com and get in touch.
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