COMBO SET WITH TRADITIONAL VICTORIAN STYLE BATH/SHOWER MIXER TAPS & A PAIR OF INDIVIDUAL 'H' & 'C' BASIN TAPS.
1. BATH/SHOWER MIXER TAPS.
Traditional Victorian Style set of Bath Shower Mixer Taps with Low Pressure tap Gland mechanisms. The taps are Deck-mounted (i.e. they fit on the flat horizontal surface, usually around the edge a bath). The body and fittings are solidly made from Brass with a polished 'mirror' Chrome finish. The 'Cross' handles are marked with 'H' and 'C'.
It comes with Brass/Chrome Handheld Shower Head with a white ABS plastic handle, which sits on a Cradle, and a 1.5m Flexible Hose. It includes solidly made chrome Deck-mounting Pillars or 'legs' which have securing nuts, rubber washers and threaded tails so it can be secured through two holes to the bath. The distance between the centres of the bases of the legs (where they attach to the flat surface) is approx 180mm, the UK standard size, although this can be varied slightly by adjusting the nuts on the back of the taps where the legs attach.
The overall height from the base of the legs (excluding the threaded tails) is approx 23cms. The spout drops down by approx 1cm beneath the bottom of the legs/pillars. The distance from the centre of the legs to the centre of the spout is approx 16cms or 18cms to the tip. The drop from the centre of the handles to the tip of the spout is some 7cms.
The minimum water pressure required is 0.25 bar (flow rate approx. 3.5 litres/min), so it is suitable for a regular gravity tank system (N.B. 2.5 metres minimum height drop is necessary). At 0.5 bars the flow rate increases to around 6 litres/min.
2. BASIN TAPS
A pair of Traditional Victorian style individual Hot and Cold Basin Taps, marked with 'H' and 'C'. They are made from Brass with Chrome Finish and are operated using 1/4 turn ceramic disc technology.
The overall height of each tap is some 7cms and from the body to the tip of the spout it is approx 10cms. The threaded tails are 1/2" BSP and measure approx 40mm long. The base of the body is approx 40mm across. Each tap has a securing nut and washer.
The required/recommended operating water pressure is 0.5 to 5 bars.