Shower faucets are classified according to the installation method, which can be divided into wall-mounted and wall-mounted shower faucets. The wall-mounted shower faucet is installed on the wall, and the faucet body, water divider, connecting open pipe pillars, etc. all protrude from the wall.
The in-wall shower faucet only has the handle protruding from the wall, and most of the pipes and water dividers connecting the faucet are buried in the wall, which is invisible from the outside.
Common shower surfaces are titanium-plated, chrome-plated, painted, porcelain and other types, with stainless steel, chrome-plated the most common. When choosing a faucet, you should first switch on and off the touch handle several times to see if the handle is delicate and tight. Too loose or too tight is not good. The finish of the surface is also one of the highlights. The better the surface treatment, the smoother and brighter it is, and the better the craftsmanship and the indirect reflection of its quality. In addition to looking at these, you must also look for trachoma or cracks in the joints of the faucet. Trachoma is the small holes and cracks that appear on the surface and inside of the copper material during the casting process. If there is trachoma, it will seep through water, and it will break in severe cases.
There are thermostatic shower faucets on the market, which are worth buying, but the price is generally high, the washing effect is very good, and the temperature is easy to control.