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COPPER WASH BASIN TAP

10,350.00

Product Overview

Colour                                           Copper

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Product Description

A “Copper Wash Basin Tap” is likely a faucet or tap designed specifically for use with a wash basin. The term “copper” suggests that the tap is made from or features copper components. Here’s a general description of what a copper wash basin tap might entail:

  1. Material: The tap is constructed primarily from copper, which is known for its durability, corrosion resistance, and distinctive appearance. Copper taps often develop a unique patina over time, adding to their visual appeal.
  2. Design: The tap could have a traditional or modern design, with details that highlight the aesthetics of copper. The design might include elegant curves, intricate handles, and other decorative elements.
  3. Finish: The copper surface might be finished to maintain its natural copper tone or treated to achieve a specific look, such as an aged or polished finish.
  4. Functionality: The tap is designed to control the flow of water from the water supply lines to the wash basin. It might feature separate handles or levers for hot and cold water or a single lever for mixing both temperatures.
  5. Installation: The tap is likely intended for installation on the wash basin’s countertop or through the sink itself. It would be connected to the water supply lines, allowing water to be delivered to the basin when the tap is turned on.
  6. Compatibility: The tap should be compatible with standard plumbing configurations and designed to fit most wash basins.
  7. Maintenance: Copper taps might require occasional maintenance to keep their appearance and functionality at their best. This could include cleaning to remove mineral deposits and maintaining the desired finish.
  8. Aesthetic Appeal: The use of copper as a material gives the tap a distinctive and warm appearance. The tap’s design and finish contribute to the overall aesthetic of the wash basin area.

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