Product Code: TAP135
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For modern bathrooms, this open-design waterfall mixer tap delivers both style and function. The Escala is one of our most popular taps as it provides a focal point for the basin. With its angular lines and square profile, it suits any contemporary bathroom suite. Waterfall taps are very on trend at the moment and the Escala range complements a number of different styles of sink.
The tap features ceramic disc technology. As opposed to rubber washers, the discs don’t wear out, meaning less water leakage and no need to replace the washer itself.
The tap’s main feature is the open spout design which gives a pleasing waterfall effect, with water cascading into the sink. As the tap is a basin mixer, both hot and cold flow can be adjusted to provide water at just the right temperature.
The angular lever style mechanism looks graceful and provides easier access and control than traditional cross handle taps. The tap is manufactured in brass with a chrome finish, meaning this is a quality product. Overall this is a beautiful and very popular waterfall mixer tap for the modern bathroom.
|Flow Rate at 0.5bar of pressure: 4.4 litres/min|
|Flow Rate at 1bar of pressure: 5.8 litres/min|
|Flow Rate at 2bar of pressure: 8 litres/min|
|Flow Rate at 3bar of pressure: 9.6 litres/min|
|Manufactured in brass with a chrome finish|
|Ceramic Disc Technology|
|Base Diameter: 40mm|
|Spout Projection: 70mm|
|Basin Waste Required (not included): WA04|
|Includes flexible tap tails|
|NB. All Victoria Plumb taps are compatible with the following systems: Gravity fed, pumped, unvented high pressure or fully modulated combi boilers.|
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