Published at Wednesday, May 10th 2017. by Macey Bayle in Sinks Faucets.
Several of our kitchen mixers feature a pull-out spray or mousseur – ideal for rinsing salads and during food preparation.
What is the difference between a pull-out spray and a pull-down spray? Both offer the same features and versatility. The difference is in the action required to extract the hand-held spray from the faucet spout.
In general, if the kitchen faucet has a straight spout, you need to ‘pull out’ the spray. If the spout points downwards, then you ‘pull down’ to use the spray.
Single-lever faucets, Single-lever mixer faucets enable you to control the water flow and temperature with one hand. Ceramic discs in the faucet cartridge allow fingertip control of the water mix, leaving your other hand free to use the rinsing spray. Levers can either be mounted on the top or at the side of the faucet body.
Professional Style Kitchen Mixer Faucets, Our professional-style kitchen faucets will appeal to amateur chefs and design connoisseurs alike.
Single hole variants include a high-spout model with professional spray or a medium spout model with pull-out spray.