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What are the different types of kitchen faucets called?

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What are the different types of kitchen faucets called?

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The most common kitchen faucet is the “8-inch deck model” which mounts onto the top of the sink, with threaded shanks or bolts passing down through mating holes. The terms “8-inch” or “8-inch centers” refer to a model which mounts to a sink which has mounting holes positioned eight inches apart, center-to-center. A “center mount” (also called the “post-type”) requires just one sink hole for passage of the water supplies and for mounting means. A style that was once more popular is the “concealed” design, which routes the water from the mechanisms to the spout underneath the deck of the sink, resulting in just the handles and spout protruding above. Though it makes for a clean and uncluttered appearance, it is more difficult to install. It is found only in two-handle lines for kitchen use. Another style which is no longer common in most areas is the “wall-mount”. Rather than mounting onto the sink deck, this type installs into the backsplash of a sink, or into the wall itself above the

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The most common kitchen faucet is the “8-inch deck model” which mounts onto the top of the sink, with threaded shanks or bolts passing down through mating holes. The terms “8-inch” or “8-inch centers” refer to a model which mounts to a sink which has mounting holes positioned eight inches apart, center-to-center. A “center mount” (also called the “post-type”) requires just one sink hole for passage of the water supplies and for mounting means. A style that is very popular is the “concealed” design, which routes the water from the mechanisms to the spout underneath the deck of the sink, resulting in just the handles and spout protruding above. Though it makes for a clean and uncluttered appearance, it is more difficult to install. It is found only in two-handle lines for kitchen use. Another style which is less common but popular is the “wall-mount”. Rather than mounting onto the sink deck, this type installs into the backsplash of a sink, or into the wall itself above the sink. A very

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