Two-handle kitchen faucets can be classified based on various factors such as design, installation type, handle operation, and valve type. Here are some common classifications of two-handle kitchen faucets
Traditional/Classic: These faucets feature a timeless and classic design with separate handles for hot and cold water.
Contemporary/Modern: These faucets have a more sleek and modern design, often with a minimalist aesthetic.
Deck-Mount: These faucets are installed directly on the sink or countertop, with the handles and spout rising above the surface.
Wall-Mount: These faucets are mounted on the wall above the sink, with the handles and spout extending horizontally.
Compression: Compression faucets have separate handles for hot and cold water that are turned clockwise or counterclockwise to control the flow and temperature.
Cartridge: Cartridge faucets have handles that move up and down or side to side to control water flow and temperature.
Ball: Ball faucets have a single lever handle that rotates in multiple directions to control both water flow and temperature.
Ceramic Disc: Ceramic disc faucets have handles that move forward and backward to control water flow and side to side to adjust temperature. They use ceramic discs to regulate the water flow.
TPM-616103 All-copper thickened sink wash basin cold and hot water vertical-two hand wheel kitchen faucet
Functional category: cold and hot water
Applicable type: sink
Compression Valve: These faucets use rubber or plastic washers to compress the valve and stop the water flow.
Cartridge Valve: These faucets use a cartridge mechanism to control water flow and temperature. They often provide smooth operation and durability.
Ball Valve: These faucets have a ball-shaped control mechanism with multiple ports that regulate water flow and temperature.
Ceramic Disc Valve: These faucets use ceramic discs that slide over each other to control water flow and temperature. They offer excellent durability and longevity.