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faucet

[′fȯs·ət]
(engineering)
A fixture through which water is drawn from a pipe or vessel.

faucet, bibcock, water tap

faucet
A water outlet valve; also called a cock.
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As an established brand within the UAE, we at Mac Al Gurg believe that there is a gap in the market, which Delta Faucet Company's innovative solutions can help fill," he added.
One of the most difficult parts of installing a new faucet used to be connecting the supply lines so they didn't leak.
LEADER A worldwide leader in faucets and related accessories, Delta Faucet Company sells products in more than 53 countries, including nine markets in the Middle East.
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Delta Faucet Company sells products in more than 53 countries including 11 markets in the Middle East.
A testing machine subjected the faucet levers to a defined number of movements simulating 20 years of use in a multi-person household.
They don't want to have to think about touching a faucet.
Instead of knobs, the faucet has a distinctive horizontal lever at its base, which makes the flow of water easy to modulate and also locks in place for larger pouring tasks.
They're usually plastic, and some must be installed right on the faucet itself, which is awkward and obtrusive.
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The easy-to-install TwistPfit faucet system features BP Amoco Polymers' Udel polysulfone as the material for its hose assembly end connectors.
Getting great tasting, fresh tap water is now even easier with the introduction of the new Ultra Faucet Filter from Brita, the nation's number one maker of water filtration products for the home.