Do you know the origin of the faucet? Since the discovery of copper in nature, copper has been made into various utensils with the development of human production. Copper is rich in natural resources and is very convenient to process. In modern society, copper is widely used to make wires because copper is second only to silver in conductivity and thermal conductivity, but much cheaper than silver. Moreover, copper is easy to process. Auto parts and electronic parts can be made by changing the shape by processes such as dissolution, casting, and calendering. Copper can be used to make a variety of alloys, including brass for high-end faucets.
Brass is an alloy of copper and acrylic. It is named brass for its color. Brass has good mechanical and wear resistance. Can be used to manufacture precision instruments, ship parts, gun shells, etc. The sound of brass is great, and the cymbals, bells and horns are made of brass. Copper ions (copper) are essential elements of an organism, whether animal or plant. Lack of copper in the human body can lead to anemia, abnormal hair, abnormal bones and arteries, and even brain disorders. However, excessive amounts can lead to cirrhosis, diarrhea, vomiting, motor and sensory nervous system disorders. Copper is somewhat toxic because it is less soluble and is much less toxic than soluble copper salts. The toxicity of copper can be eliminated by specific treatment methods.
With the improvement of people’s living standards, the requirements for water quality are getting higher and higher. Powerful, environmentally friendly faucets are sought after by people. Powerful faucet manufacturers cater to the needs of consumers, innovating from a functional and environmental perspective, primarily by reducing the lead content of the faucet to improve water quality. The preferred faucet body has a brass content of about 59%, and some imported sanitary ware brands have a brass content of up to 65%.