How to choose a commercial pre-rinse Faucet
1. Sink Setup
Firstly you have to consider the physical layout of the sink. Its holes for the faucet and soap dispenser could be deck- or wall-mounted with a single or double hole on an 8-in. or 4-in. center.
2. The overall height
As pre-rinse units are tall fixtures, you may need to work around overhead shelving. Some operations choose to do a simple cut-out of the shelves to accommodate pre-rinse units. But if there’s a feature that makes that difficult—say a drawer in the shelf above—We can offer low-profile models to fit tighter spaces. We can also provide the adjustable wall bracket which is fit for any distance from the wall to the faucet.
Good for health is the most important. Our pre-rinse units are made of low-lead brass .Brass faucets are more resistant to corrosion than any other type of material out there. This is particularly important if you have hard water, which corrodes a faucet even more quickly than other materials. Especially for some salty environment(eg near the sea), Even stainless steel material are very badly corroded after a period time. Brass with chrome plated can be very good to avoid this.
4. Durable USE
For commercial use, it is different from residential use, the pre-rinse should be used for hundred of times a day, so each of its accessories should be strong enough.