While most of us take them for granted every day, faucets are composed of a large number of different parts. If your faucet should fail, we have a wide selection of different parts to fix the problem. We also have the right faucet component to upgrade your sink, such as pedal valves that make turning on your sink a hands free experience.
A broken handle on your faucet means that your sink is at least partially inoperable. It might also be illegal depending on what your establishment does and where the sink is located. Since buying a whole new faucet set can be expensive, we sell these to fix what’s broken. Besides selling the levers that turn the faucet on-and-off, you can also find spindles and full stem assemblies in this category.
A base faucet is mounted on a stand. These stands can encompass both cold and hot water faucets or consist of just one of the two. They can be either mounted on a wall or on the deck of the sink. We have many different styles available to best suit the needs of your restaurant.
It can be difficult to operate a faucet when your hands are full. A pedal valve is a good solution for this. It allows you to operate it with your feet or knees. They are frequently used in hospitals to reduce the spread of germs, but they are also a good choice in the foodservice industry because of their convenience.
There are many ways a faucet spout can fail. The most common way is that the finish can flake off or corrode over time. Another common failure is that the threads inside can crack or rust, causing water to leak. No matter the failure, we have the replacement unit you need. We stock a variety of different designs including goosenecks and swivels.
On these, the water stream is directed straight down. This makes a gooseneck nozzle useful for filling up pots or washing dishes. We carry many different styles and sizes to best suit your needs. Models that swing are useful if you only have one faucet but have multiple sink bases. Double jointed models are great for filling pots up on the counter or drainboard instead of in the sink as the joint allows the nozzle to swing far away from the faucet base.
The final piece of a faucet before water comes out is the outlet. As your faucet ages, this part can have sediment build up in it from your water source, eventually causing it to be replaced. When this happens, your water stream will weaken. You also may want to replace yours with a swivel head to better wash dishes. We also have an adapter so a hose can hook up to your ordinary faucet. These can be used with a garden hose for kitchen washdowns at the end of the night.
An inlet connects the water supply lines to the base of the faucet. If you have a leak around yours, the first thing you need to do is turn the water supply off. After you do that, you can replace it with one of these. Before you buy one, make sure it will fit the faucet you have. We carry models that can fit dozens of different models.