Franke Tap brace Internal Tap fitting
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This tap fitting from Franke's Tap brace range brings a elegant finishing touch to your kitchen..
- Guarantee - 1 year
- Comes with - Fixing Kit
Features and Benefits
- Innovative tap brace for large or heavy taps, which may require additional support when fitted to an inset stainless steel sink
- The patented tap brace offers a perfect solution to the occasional problem of ‘flexing’ which can occur when large taps are fitted to inset stainless steel sinks.
- The tap brace is installed under the sink and connects the tap to the worktop for extra support. It has a variable collar to ensure it will fit most models of tap and can be used on any inset stainless sink.
|Colour description||Red & white|
|Number of tap holes||1|
Help & Advice
How to guides
You may want to change your kitchen tap for a number of reasons. It may not be working efficiently or you might want to update and refresh your kitchen. Either way, replacing a kitchen tap is relatively straightforward with a little planning and the right tools for the job.
For this project, we are going to install a monobloc mixer tap in a sink with a single hole.
The kitchen tap is a hard-working household essential that always has to be at its best. Whether you’re planning an entire kitchen or utility room refit, refreshing a few key areas or just making a quick repair – it has to be durable and hard-wearing while suiting your kitchen’s needs.
To do this, many clever new features have been introduced to help busy households save time on everyday tasks. Thankfully, these exciting innovations don’t mean compromising on style, as the kitchen tap also provides the perfect finishing touch to your kitchen.
So, whether you want something traditional and classic, or a tap that’s more modern and on-trend, our wide range of taps offer a variety of styles, finishes and features to make the ideal addition to your kitchen.
Let’s get started.
Before you begin
To get the best performance from a new tap, it’s critical to choose one that suits your home’s water pressure. If you have a low pressure water system, a tap designed to operate at this pressure will help to ensure a steady flow of water. Or if you’ve got a high water pressure system, you’ll be able to opt for some innovative features to get your kitchen working harder for you.
To help identify the water pressure system in your home and understand how this affects your choice of kitchen taps, head to our helpful guide.
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