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The difference between stainless steel faucet and copper faucet
Copper faucet: The surface needs to be electroplated, and the chrome-plated layer can only last for 3 to 5 years. It cannot be repaired after falling off and worn out, and it affects the appearance.
Stainless steel faucet: physical surface treatment, no electroplating, no need to worry about the peeling and rust of the electroplated layer, which will affect the appearance. The appearance shows the luster of stainless steel itself, which can always remain as bright as new.
Two, performance aspects
Stainless steel faucet: It has heat resistance. It has stable performance against oxidation and corrosion at high temperatures. It is a breeding ground for bacteria in the 'high temperature zone' similar to the kitchen. Therefore, it is better to choose heat resistant stainless steel faucets Safety and health.
Three, health and environmental protection
Copper faucet: The lead content of copper faucet is 4%-8%. After long-term use, it will chemically react with the air, and the inner wall will produce basic copper carbonate Cu2(OH)2CO3. Lead and other substances may be released into tap water. Drinking water with excessive lead content can cause lead poisoning, which not only affects the intellectual development of children, but also increases the possibility of dementia in the elderly.
Stainless steel faucet: The stainless steel faucet does not contain lead, is acid-resistant, alkali-resistant, non-corrosive, does not release harmful substances, and does not pollute the tap water source. There will be no chemical reaction with the bleach in the water, which guarantees the health of human drinking water, so that your family can use clean water sources without any worries.