Spindle

Spindle Assembly

Spindle is a component that connects the handle of the faucet or valve to the internal mechanisms that control the flow of water. When the handle is turned, the spindle rotates, which allows the valve or faucet to open or close. Spindles come in various sizes and configurations, depending on the specific application they are used for.

Spindle parts are designed to work together to ensure that the valve or faucet operates smoothly and efficiently. The spindle assembly includes several key components, including the spindle body, which is the central component that rotates when the handle is turned. The spindle body is typically made from brass or stainless steel, which is durable and resistant to corrosion. Other spindle parts include the packing nut, which creates a tight seal around the spindle body to prevent leaks, and the handle adapter, which connects the handle to the spindle body.

In addition to these key components, spindle assembly may also include other parts such as washers, o-rings, and springs. These parts work together to create a watertight seal and ensure that the valve or faucet operates smoothly. 

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