mixer tap

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mixer tap

n
a tap in which hot and cold water supplies have a joint outlet but are controlled separately
Translations

mixer tap

n (Brit) → Mischbatterie f

mixer tap

n (Brit) → miscelatore m
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The modern fitted kitchen has a built-in oven and microwave, gas five burner hob with extractor over, built-in wine cooler and sink with mixer taps over.
Campaigners called for more action to prevent people being burned, including adding thermostatic mixer taps and taking care when cooking.
There is a gas cooker point, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps and side drainer, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, integrated fridge and freezer, sunken ceiling low voltage lighting, walk-in pantry cupboard and a uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear gardens.
5MIX IT UP If your home has good water pressure, a budget option can be to fit bath-shower mixer taps instead of an over-bath shower.
Mixer taps, which only have one spout, are a popular choice and mix hot and cold water inside the tap, but some people prefer separate hot and cold taps (often called pillar taps).
Good water pressure is especially important for bath-shower mixer taps. These taps are a cost-effective way to have an over-bath shower because you need bath taps anyway, so why not pay a bit more for taps that connect to a shower head and hose?
The introduction of new products to the extensive range of kitchen mixer taps from Fit My Kitchen has helped to take this functionality to an all new level.
Tec Crosshead mixer taps pounds 613.79 (www.ultra-group.co.uk).
The eaga ShowerSmart can be fitted to a wide range of shower and mixer taps to act as a flow restrictor.