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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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To ensure that the purged-line sample would provide an accurate measure of the initial lead concentration of the water left standing within the faucet fixture, no water was to be used in the household between the capture of the purged-line sample and the capture of the faucet fixture sample.
Cartridge replacement is simple; just unscrew the faucet handle, pull out the old cartridge, and drop in the new.
If the faucet is still dripping, the valve seat is probably nicked and rough.
Over the course of a four-day tour of the company's facilities, what really shone through was Delta Faucet's focus on innovation.
Awarded at a gala event in Germany, GROHE picked up awards for its "Thermostat Grohtherm 2000", "GROHE Rainshower Flower Collection" and the "Eurodisc Joystick" line of faucets, a statement said.
If you want to avoid having a faucet that drips, get one with ceramic valves.
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.
Faucet Queen sells goods under the "Helping Hand" brand.
Innovation will continue to shape the future of Delta Faucet Company.
Angular and sleek, the Allure side handle kitchen faucet lends subtle refinement to the sink.
"If you're designing a bathroom," suggests Janet Merinelli, author of Your Natural Home, "make water conservation a priority." Merinelli says low-flush toilets, low-flow showerheads and faucet aerators should be standard in any environmentally friendly bathroom.
The disclosure to suspend Ultimate shipments comes on the heels of Brita's decision last month to suspend shipments of its Ultra faucet mount product.