Whether the faucet is good or not depends on the valve core


The valve core largely determines the service life, quality, and quality of the faucet. So when choosing a faucet, the first thing to consider is the quality of the valve core. Which is the best type of faucet valve core and whether the ceramic faucet valve core is good? Let's take a look at the relevant information for evaluation.

The valve core is the most critical component that affects the quality of a faucet. Improving the quality of a faucet starts with the valve core, and the material of the valve core determines its quality. Valve cores can be divided into rubber cores (slow opening valve cores) and ceramic cores (fast opening valve cores) according to their materials

What is the best type of faucet valve core? The faucets that use rubber cores are mostly cast iron faucets with spiral opening, which have been basically phased out. This type of faucet has a short service life and is prone to water leakage. Ceramic valve core faucets have emerged in recent years with good quality and are now quite common.

Is the faucet valve core good? Among the three main valve cores, ceramic valve cores are the most ideal material. Research has shown that ceramic valve cores can operate smoothly and effortlessly even after undergoing more than 500000 switching operations, and can be durable in use.

Advantages of ceramic valve cores: Ceramic valve cores have strong resistance to aging and wear, which determines that the service life of ceramic valve cores far exceeds that of other valve cores. The advantages of ceramic valve cores are entirely due to the superiority of ceramic materials. The excellent sealing performance of ceramic materials is determined by their high tensile strength, low deformation resistance, high temperature resistance, low temperature resistance, wear resistance, and non corrosion characteristics.

After widespread use of ceramic valve core faucets, water leakage can be reduced and water resources can be saved.