1 ¼” Click-clack Waste
- Material – Brass Internals
- Unslotted for use with basins without overflow
- Click Clack function
The 1 ¼” Click-clack Waste is a basin waste that has a unique and innovative design. The Click-clack Waste can be installed easily thanks to its simple click mechanism, allowing it to fit into most basins. The quick-release system also makes it easy to remove the basin waste when necessary. This basin waste has been designed to accommodate P trap pipe sizes from ½” – 2″ in diameter. This product is made of brass and comes in a chrome finish.
It is made from die-cast zinc and has a chrome finish. The basin waste features an integrated push-button for easy operation and can be used with most basins. The 1 ¼” click-clack waste is designed in the UK and Ireland but will also fit other European standard basins.
This basin waste is a perfect addition to your bathroom. It has a one ¼” Click-clack for easy installation. This basin waste is made of brass and comes with two mounting screws.
Waste is an essential plumbing fixture that allows water to exit the sink. It is crucial for the proper drainage and the function of your sink. The one ¼” Click-clack Waste by Khombu provides a durable, leak-proof solution. This quality waste features an easy-to-use push-down lever that easily opens and closes the drain. Khombu’s premium quality waste has a 3/4 inch diameter outlet hole and comes complete with mounting hardware. Available in brushed stainless steel or white finish, this is high-grade.
Why Choose the 1 ¼” Click-Clack Waste for Your Bathroom?
The bathroom, being a significant focal point in homes, requires meticulous attention to detail, especially when choosing functional and aesthetic accessories. One of these key components is the basin waste system. The 1 ¼” Click-Clack Waste has grown in popularity among homeowners and contractors for various compelling reasons.
Universality and Compatibility
The 1 ¼” size has become a universal standard for many bathroom sinks and basins. This widespread acceptance ensures that homeowners and contractors have a higher chance of this size fitting seamlessly across a diverse range of basin designs.
The click-clack system epitomizes simplicity. With a gentle push, users can effortlessly open or close the drain. This push-to-open, push-to-close mechanism eliminates the need for manual twisting or turning, offering an enhanced user experience.
Durability and Longevity
Constructed typically from brass, a metal known for its corrosion-resistant properties, the click-clack waste promises an extended lifespan. The finish, often chrome or other high-quality material, protects against wear and tear.
The design simplicity translates to fewer components that might be susceptible to damage. With fewer moving parts than some alternative systems, the chances of malfunction are minimized, leading to reduced maintenance efforts and costs.
Beyond functionality, the modern design of the click-clack waste system adds a touch of elegance to bathrooms. Its sleek appearance complements contemporary bathroom designs and even elevates traditional settings.
Safety and Overflow Prevention
Safety remains paramount in bathroom design. Many click-clack wastes come with built-in overflow channels. This design ensures that even if a tap is left running inadvertently, the basin won’t overflow, potentially saving homeowners from costly water damage.
Appropriate Washbasin Hole Dimension
To accommodate a 1 ¼” Click-Clack Waste, basins typically have a hole dimension ranging from 1 ½” to 1 ⅝” (38mm to 41mm) in diameter. This specific size allows the waste system to fit securely, ensuring optimal sealing to combat potential leaks. However, as with any installation, it’s prudent to refer to the product manual or consult the manufacturer to ensure accurate fitting.
The 1 ¼” Click-Clack Waste, with its blend of functionality and style, stands out as an exemplary choice for modern bathrooms. Its wide acceptance, durable design, and user-centric features make it a preferred option for many. Always consider your basin’s dimensions and consult with professionals when making the final selection.