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Its long, sleek tap neck swivels at the base, making the Aquadisc 5 perfect for those double bowl kitchen sinks, and the practical pull out spout offers the very best in dishwashing flexibility. The spout is also fitted with an aerator, helping you to use less water by infusing the stream with tiny, soft bubbles.
The Aquadisc 5 kitchen mixer tap is backed by Rangemaster's 5 year manufacturer's guarantee.
- Solid brass body with polished chrome finish
- Minimum of 0.75 bar and maximum 5.5 bar water pressure
- Ceramic disc valves for improved performance and longer life span
- Pivoting spout ideal for 1.5 or double bowl sinks
- 5 year guarantee from Rangemaster
- Overall height - 275mm
- Spout exit height - 244mm
- Projection - 218mm
- Recommended tap hole size - 35mm
- Maximum worktop thickness - 70mm
|Global Trade Item Number||5015834047867|
|Type||Mono Kitchen Mixers, Pull Out Kitchen Taps|
|Brand Range||Rangemaster Aquadisc|
|GuaranteeMore information||5 Years|
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, Dual Control|
|Spout Type||L-Shaped Spout, Swivel Spout, Pull Out Spout|
|Minimum Tap Hole SizeMore information||35mm|
This is the minimum recommended hole diameter that this tap needs for installation. Generally, the tap will sit on top of the sink or worktop, and the hot and cold water feeds and fixing bolts will need to slot through the tap hole and be connected underneath. Your hole can be a bit larger than this size, provided it is not larger than the diameter of the base of the tap.
|Flow Rate at 3 Bar (l/min)||10.08|
|Minimum Water PressureMore information||0.75|
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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