Arise Flange (Chrome Plated) (Pack of 5) - by Ruhe®
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- Flanges are manufactured in high-quality Premium Stainless Steel
- Chrome Plated that gives a glossy finish and makes it compatible with the looks of the faucet body it is installed with.
The flange is used to keep the faucet/water tap firmly fixed onto the walls
Especially used with bib taps and wall mixer faucets/taps
- Anti-Corrosive and Rust-Proof material ensures long lasting durability
- Eco-friendly and reusable packaging
- Available in other designs
- 100% Made in India
- One year Warranty
Also Referred as: escutcheon, escutcheon plate, faucet parts, faucet flange, wall flange, cp flange, chrome plated flange, faucet whole cover, faucet pipe cover, steel flange.
Customer Questions and Answers
Are These Tap Flanges Also Called Plumber Flanges?
Yes, tap flanges are often referred to as plumber flanges. This term is used interchangeably in the plumbing industry to describe the decorative cover that sits around the base of a tap or faucet, helping to conceal the hole in the wall or basin and providing a cleaner, more finished look.
Which Type of Flange is Suitable for Heavy Brass Taps?
For heavy brass taps, stainless steel flanges are usually the best choice. Stainless steel is known for its strength and durability, making it capable of supporting the weight of heavier brass taps. Additionally, stainless steel is resistant to corrosion and tarnishing, which is ideal for maintaining a polished and professional appearance over time.
Should I Use the Flange in the Kitchen Tap?
If you have a wall-mounted faucet in your kitchen, using a flange is advisable. The flange will cover the gap between the wall and the tap, giving a neat and tidy finish to the installation. It also helps in stabilising the tap and protecting the wall from water damage.
What is the Perfect Design for a Tap Flange?
The perfect design for a tap flange, whether square or round, largely depends on the style of the tap and your personal preference or the overall aesthetic of the space. Round flanges are more traditional and are often used for standard taps and fixtures, while square flanges offer a more modern, contemporary look. Ultimately, the choice should complement the design of your tap and fit seamlessly with your bathroom or kitchen's decor.