Perfect PTMT Taps: From Kitchen to Bathroom and Beyond – Lipka Home

Perfect PTMT Taps: From Kitchen to Bathroom and Beyond


Perfect PTMT Taps From Kitchen to Bathroom and Beyond

In a world where quality and economy often tug in opposite directions, PTMT faucets bring them together in a harmonious blend. They are more than just faucets; they are a testament to the belief that luxury and affordability can indeed walk hand in hand.

Redefine your spaces with PTMT taps, where elegance meets value. PTMT faucets, short for Polytetra Methylene Terephthalate, are renowned for their sturdiness and durability, matching the longevity of traditional brass and stainless steel faucets but at a fraction of the cost. Expertly engineered, these faucets resist corrosion, ensuring a gleaming finish that lasts and a performance that never falters.

Here are 9 best PTMT faucets you can easily buy online for your homes: -

PTMT Bib Cock Faucet:

This faucet is a type of tap that's typically installed on walls and is often used in outdoor settings like gardens or garages due to its durability. In a household setting, it can be found in kitchens or laundry rooms. The bib cock faucet has a simple design with a lever or knob to control the water flow.

bib cock faucet

PTMT Pillar Taps:

Pillar taps are individual taps for hot and cold water, each one installed separately on the sink. They can be found in both kitchens and bathrooms. They are usually traditional in design and are mounted on the sink or the worktop.

pillar tap lipka

PTMT Swan Neck Faucets:

Swan neck faucets, as the name suggests, have a high, curved design reminiscent of a swan's neck. This feature allows for filling larger vessels easily. They are usually found in kitchens because their high, curved spouts make it easier to wash large pots and pans.

swan neck faucet

PTMT Sink Cock Faucets:

A sink cock faucet is typically installed in the kitchen or bathroom sink. It has a single handle that controls both hot and cold water, making it easy to adjust the temperature to your liking.

sink cock lipka

PTMT Angle Valves:

An angle valve is a type of plumbing fixture that allows you to shut off the water to a specific fixture without having to shut off the water to the entire house. They are often installed under sinks or behind toilets in bathrooms.

angle valve lipka

PTMT 2-Way Bib Taps:

These are bib taps with two outlets, allowing two hoses or devices to be connected at once. They're ideal for outdoor use in gardens or yards where you might need to have a hose and a sprinkler system connected simultaneously.

twin tap lipka

PTMT 2-Way Angle Valves:

Similar to the 2 way bib taps, these have two outlets but in the form of an angle valve. They are often installed in places where two separate water lines need to be controlled independently, like under a kitchen or bathroom sink for a dishwasher and a faucet.

2 way angle valve

Bib Tap Long Body:

This is a variation of the standard bib tap, with a longer body that extends further out from the wall. It's often used in utility rooms, garages, or outdoor spaces where there might be a need to fill large buckets or containers.

bib cock long body

Bib Tap with Nozzles:

These are bib taps that come with a nozzle or an aerator at the end. The nozzle can help increase the pressure of the water flow or can be designed to create a non-splashing stream. They're handy in a variety of settings, including kitchens, bathrooms, gardens, or utility rooms.

bib tap nozzle lipka

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Gone are the days when budget-friendly meant compromising being on aesthetics. LIPKA PTMT faucets now come in an array of stunning colour combinations, ready to complement and elevate any interior design. Whether your taste leans towards the classic monochromatic palette or you're eager to embrace the vibrancy of colour, PTMT faucets can effortlessly adapt to your style, making them an ideal choice for modern decors.

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