We've hand-picked these items because they are a great choice alongside the Core Tall Mono Basin Mixer Tap
RRP £139 Was £105.99
- Modern tall basin mixer available in 5 striking finishes: Chrome, Matt Black, Brushed Brass, Gunmetal or Brushed Bronze
- Crafted from brass for durable and solid construction
- Single lever control with ceramic disc technology prevents excess dripping and leaking
- Aerated spout mixes air into the water to give a soft, 'champagne-like' flow
- 0.5 bar minimum operating water pressure - please see the specification box below for flow rates
- WRAS approved
- Supplied with two handle options: a diamond cross-hatch/knurled detail handle and a smooth handle, allowing you to customise the look of your new tap
- Perfect to pair with your choice of a countertop basin (sold separately)
- Includes flexi tails
- Basin waste sold separately - please see our recommended extras
- Covered by a lifetime manufacturer’s guarantee
- Height: 316.2mm
- Width: 54mm
- Projection: 139.44mm
- Spout Exit Height: 205.56mm
|Type||Tall Basin Mixers, Mono Basin Mixers|
|Brand Range||Drench Core|
|Global Trade Item Number||5056585206486|
All of our brand partners and manufacturers offer a warranty as standard. Please note that these guarantees are provided by the manufacturer, and will be subject to individual terms and conditions, for example avoiding abrasive bleach-based cleaning products.
If you need further info about a specific manufacturer's guarantee, please contact our team.
|Cartridge TypeMore information||Ceramic Disc|
They can also be purchased separately and retrofitted to most taps, or they can usually be uninstalled if not wanted. They're a great benefit on high pressure systems where the full flow of water is unnecessary, cutting your water bills and helping to reduce wastage. On lower-pressure systems they can help to improve the performance of a tap by adding air to the limited flow of water available. All-in-all, they're pretty awesome.
Ceramic disc cartridges need only a 90-degree rotation to fully open or close, and the 2 ceramic plates are incredibly hard-wearing and resilient. They're more expensive to make, but they allow for a huge range of designs, easy operation and simple maintenance if needed.
Whilst it is rare for a ceramic cartridge to need replacing, you may very occasionally need to remove and rinse the cartridge if grit or debris within the water system is preventing the 2 plates from closing properly. Much like replacing a rubber washer, this is a quick and easy job, and will ensure many years of use.
|Mounting Type||Deck Mounted|
|Handle Type||Lever, Single Control|
|Spout Type||Curved Spout, L-Shaped Spout, Fixed Spout|
|Flow Rate at 0.5 Bar (l/min)||5|
|Flow Rate at 1 Bar (l/min)||6.6|
|Flow Rate at 2 Bar (l/min)||9.2|
|Flow Rate at 3 Bar (l/min)||11.4|
|Minimum Water PressureMore information||0.5|
Minimum Water Pressure
Your water pressure depends on your home's water system. It’s important to consider water pressure when buying a new tap or shower. Buying a product with a minimum water pressure that’s too high for your home will result in poor performance.
- With a combi boiler you can usually expect between 1 and 2 bar
- With a gravity system (cold water tank in attic) you may have as little as 0.1 or 0.2 bar upstairs, and perhaps 0.5 bar downstairs
- With a high pressure unvented system (hot water cylinder, no cold water tank) you will generally have between 1 and 3 bar
You can install an item with a low minimum pressure rating on a high pressure system, but avoid installing an item with a high minimum rating on a low pressure system! Read our guide to water pressure to learn more.
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