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Confusing tap website

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Vicario, 25 Jun 2011.

  1. Vicario

    Vicario

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    I'm looking to replace my kitchen mixer tap. The Astracast website has very nice pictures and the taps are rated as high, medium or low pressure. No explanation about which taps are suitable for what, so do I assume that I can only use one rated as high pressure in a kitchen? I like the look of the Targa, if that's any help, but my wife likes one rated as low pressure.
     
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    Bristan Sigma.
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    Around £90.
     
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    if your hot is from a vented tank then you will need a low pressure tap
     
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