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JVK INC which is set up since 2000 is a famous faucets manufacturing factory, . more than 20 years on faucets field. From the gravity die casting, cutting, polishing to assembly, we have a complete skilled process. Our workers almost have 5-6 years on their job, some professional workers have more than 10 years experience. 100 employees, and 35000 cubic meter factory areas, 1 million capacity annual. 2 lines producing lines etc. For products, we have a strict quality control line which includes a lots of testing machine ;and QC staff make sure all each product is good quality. Besides, we have technical department and professional sales team, which can ensure all the producing process is going smooth. Company Introduction: ; 20 year professional in faucets manufacturing, almost cover all kinds of sanitary wares. Good quality product (quality guarantee), skilled workers and ;strict quality control system. Intact technical R & D department ;a experienced sales team and good after-service support. Company History: Factory Exhibition: From the gravity casting to assembling process, all process are finished by skilled workers. Professional Equipment: Company Honor: ; We have BSCI, ISO, CQC etc, if customer need, we can do the other certification. ; Sales Network: Covering Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, Croatia, Poland and other countries in Europe, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia and the other countries in South Africa, as well as the Middle East & Africa.
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  • Design Design

    JVK INC has dependent design department, our technical can make drawings like picture, 3D etc. Also if you have any idea, our technicals can assist with you to make it happen, also some professional advise can be given.

  • high quality products high quality products

    Every faucet has 3 years quality guarantee at least, if you need, we can make 5 year quality guarantee faucet by strengthen the products, while price will be higher. Anyway, all brass we use is German standard one.

  • ISO 9001 ISO 9001

    JVK INC has pass many other certification test, so does BSCI factory audit. If you need, we can pass other certifications while cost will be at your charge. We can guarantee our products.

  • outstanding service outstanding service

    JVK INC has a professional salesteam, and any after-service, our salesman will assist with you. Any troubles, we will give our hands and try our best to solve them.

Why Choose JVK INC

We have more than 20-year exprience on faucets manufacturing, products range from kitchen faucets, bath & shower faucets, basin faucets and other supported products. Every faucet has gone through strict inspection, 3-year quality guarantee is a must.

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Kitchen Sink & Faucet Ideas & Inspiration
Nov 26, 2021 Kitchen Sink & Faucet Ideas & Inspiration
They might not win the award for the sexiest design elements, but kitchen sinks and kitchen faucets are an integral part of a culinary space and deserve thoughtful consideration prior to purchasing. After all, is there any other area that sees more activity than the sink? We're talking: washing hands, washing dishes, filling pots, emptying pots ... you get the idea. You might not know it, but there are MANY different types of sinks and faucets available in a wide range of styles, materials, configurations, and price points. When selecting these two unyielding features, be realistic about your cook space and work with what you've got. For example, will your sink play a starring role in a chef's kitchen? Or is yours more of a petite space that sees limited traffic? You don't want to install a small single bowl sink in a large kitchen because the proportions will be off and it won't be able to handle the workload. Conversely, an apron front double-sink will look out of place in a tiny galley kitchen. A bit of soul searching will help determine what type of sink and faucet will work for you. Of course, you want your sink area to be an ideal combination of form and function: it needs to look good, AND perform. Not too much to ask, right? Different Types of Kitchen Sinks When it comes to narrowing down your kitchen sink selection, the first question you have to ask yourself is: Do you prefer a single-bowl sink or double? While looks are a big factor in making this decision, you should also think about the way you use your sink. Do you like to multitask in your kitchen sink, washing dishes on one side and rinsing on the other? Or, do you prefer to focus on one culinary task at a time? Also, consider the size of your kitchen. As previously mentioned, a large double sink might look odd in a small kitchenette. Finally, think about the material of your kitchen sink. While stainless steel and porcelain are popular options, there's also the option of an integrated sink, which is made out of the same material as the kitchen countertops. While this look exudes sophistication and luxury, it can become a budget-buster and be difficult to replace if needed, so make sure to weigh the pros and cons. There are three basic ways a sink can be installed: top-mount or drop-in sinks, undermount, and flush-mount. Read on to learn about the pluses and minuses of each. Self-Rimming or Drop-In Kitchen Sink Expand Image Credit: Peter Schweitzer for Hunker Top-mount AKA self-rimming or drop-in sinks are the most common, not to mention, easiest (and most affordable) to install. They involve cutting a hole in your countertop (done by a professional) that will accommodate your sink and then "dropping" it in. Presto! Your sink is caulked with silicone for a watertight fit and held in place by a lip that overlaps on top of the counter. Pros: This type of sink installation is the easiest to perform and generally the most affordable. Cons: Due to the way the sink and counter meet...
Kitchen Faucet Buying Guide
Nov 07, 2021 Kitchen Faucet Buying Guide
Purchasing a kitchen faucet isn't quite as simple as running to the local home improvement store and grabbing any faucet off the shelf. The best faucet for your sink depends on quite a few factors, such as the hole placement and size of the sink, your preference for faucet style and finish and whether the sink layout requires a deck-mount or wall-mount faucet. Numerous options are available for just about any kitchen faucet configuration, so the choices may seem overwhelming if you don't narrow down your preferences ahead of time. A kitchen faucet buying guide helps take some of the guesswork out of finding the faucet that perfectly suits your kitchen sink. Check Your Kitchen Sink's Holes First If you are purchasing a new faucet for an existing sink or even for a sink you have yet to install, it's all about the sink's faucet holes. For the typical deck-mount kitchen faucet, the number of faucet holes in the sink serves as a guide to the type of faucet that fits the sink. For instance, a sink with two mounting holes that are 8 inches apart from center to center is designed for a faucet assembly that fits into those holes. In many cases, you can still make modifications if you prefer a different faucet configuration as long as it doesn't require adding holes to the sink, which could damage it. Kitchen Sinks Without Faucet Holes If your sink does not have holes for a faucet, that means you're free to choose either a deck-mount or a wall-mount faucet. A deck-mount faucet stands vertically and mounts to the countertop behind the sink (or on the sink itself if the sink has holes on the horizontal back edge for it). Without faucet holes in the sink, you're free to select any type or configuration of deck-mount faucet. While a deck-mount kitchen faucet is quite common, it does have a few drawbacks. It takes up countertop space behind the sink, so there must be ample space between the back of the sink and the wall or window behind it. The countertop must be drilled to fit the plumbing for the faucet you've chosen, which could prove difficult or even problematic for a stone countertop, such as granite. If there's only a tiny space between the installed faucet and the wall behind the sink, it could prove hard to thoroughly clean it. Wall-mount faucets protrude from the wall behind the sink, which makes cleaning the area behind the sink a bit easier since the faucet hardware won't be in the way. On the other hand, installing a wall-mount faucet is a bit trickier than the deck-mount variety and may require cutting into the wall and hiring a plumber to run or reroute hot and cold pipes so they travel up through the wall. If the backsplash is already in place, you'll also have to drill through it, which could be difficult or cause a little damage if dealing with stone or ceramic tile. You'll also have to choose the right size and height of faucet so its head sits 8 to 10 inches above the countertop and at least 7 inches away from the back of the sink bowl. This...
Traditional Faucet Raw Material -Brass
Sep 25, 2021 Traditional Faucet Raw Material -Brass
The traditional material for faucets is brass. Brass is prized for faucets because it is very resistant to corrosion, has a relatively low melting point — making it easy to cast — is soft enough to machine with little effort yet hardy enough to endure the rigors of life as a faucet, takes finishes such as chrome plating very well, and is easily recycled. About 80% of the brass used in new faucets was previously used to make something else. Common yellow or "alpha" brass is about 60% copper and 30% zinc the rest being small amounts of other metals to give the brass specific properties. A little antimony or tin might be added to retard a form of corrosion known as dezincification which can weaken brass over time. A pinch of iron or manganese makes brass harder and nickel refines the grain structure improving strength and corrosion resistance. Aluminum may be added to make the brass stronger and more corrosion resistant. Admiralty and naval brasses used in salt-rich maritime environments contain a relatively high proportion of aluminum. The copper in brass is anti-microbial — it kills germs, a fact that has been known since the rise of the Pharaohs, but how it does so has only recently been uncovered.  Many fungi (mold and mildew) and most bacteria cannot survive in the presence of copper. In tests on colonies of E. Coli bacteria conducted by the EPA, 99.9% of the colony was killed after two hours of exposure to brass. Lead is added to make brass more malleable, less brittle, and easier to form. In faucet brass, however, lead is dangerous to human health, and especially dangerous to children because it can lech into drinking water. According to the Environmental Protection Agency lead can cause slowed growth, learning problems, hearing loss, anemia, hyperactivity, and behavior issues. Before 2014, a faucet could contain as much as 8% lead and still call itself lead-free. Now the maximum lead content in a faucet is 0.25% (1/4 of 1%), basically just a bare trace of lead. To ensure the absence of lead in the brass inside a faucet that is in contact with the water passing through the faucet, the faucet must be tested in a laboratory and certified lead-free. If it is not certified, it cannot be legally installed in a drinking water system. To comply with the new restrictions on lead, today's faucet brass uses other additives to ensure malleability. To produce a lead-free brass, the lead is replaced with bismuth or silicon to provide the needed malleability without the toxicity. Bismuth is similar to lead – right next to lead on the periodic table of elements – but it is not harmful to humans. Bismuth, however, is expensive. It is 300 times rarer than lead, even rarer than silver, which is the reason that bismuth-brass alloys are considerably more expensive than leaded brass. Bismuth has several other problems. It is, unlike lead, a brittle metal, and requires a more precise casting process to preserve the ductility of brass. The result of impro...
What are faucets made of?- Part 1
Sep 11, 2021 What are faucets made of?- Part 1
Today's faucets are designed to survive very harsh conditions, including thousands of on-off cycles every year and hard water mineral build-up, and still give year after year of flawless service. And, if it does break, a faucet is usually designed to be serviced by simply replacing the defective parts — typically a screwdriver operation — without first having to uninstall the faucet. Modern finishes are unlikely to flake or tarnish. Modern faucet plating and coating processes, including elec­tron beam physical vapor deposition — a process that is almost science fiction — can imitate anything: brass, nickel, pewter, even silver and gold. Epoxy coatings can keep that new finish looking new for a long time, with proper care. Faucet valves rarely leak. Ceramic cartridge technologies have almost entirely banished the midnight drip, drip, drip. But, some of the best faucets still use older, tried and true, technologies that are proven to work well. These may require periodic maintenance, not an onerous or difficult task. For the old house purists, these are often the favored technologies. But, for the rest of us, the newer almost-no-maintenance ceramic technology is a better choice.
Busy production plan is coming
Aug 29, 2021 Busy production plan is coming
Good day, everyone, It's been long time since the corona virus outbreak, by our government's effective control, our workers can return to factory on time, Now it's approaching to our manufacturing busy days, and many orders have been planned on the producing line. So if our customer need to receiveed our faucet before the new. It's time to consult oiur salesman and we can have enough time to arrange the production plan, thank you. Besides, any comments, plz feel free to contact us. Best regards.
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