Each of the two handles of the double handle bathtub faucet controls the independent water supply. The left side handle typically controls the flow of hot water from the tub spout and the right hand side of the handle normally controls the flow of cold water from the tub spout. For mixing hot and cold water, the bather should turn both handles to position and adjust the position of each handle until they reach the desired water temperature. Like the single-handle faucet, double handle faucets are normally found in the bathroom wall above one end of the bathtub faucet and are available in various styles.
The term refers to a diverter handle bathtub faucet which changes the flow of water from a water dispenser for a shower head. Diverters often appear as part of a faucet assembly includes a double handled. When included in a set of double handle, the deflector is located between Cuba taps hot and cold water. This type of assembly is the most practical option for the bath and shower plumbing.
The hallmark of Roman style bathtub faucet is side-mounted location. Instead of projecting from a vertical surface such as a bathroom wall, mounts supplier Roman bath to a vertical surface, usually a short platform surrounding the cockpit. Roman taps are typically part of a double-handle faucet. The peak tub spout assembly in a Roman faucet is among the keys to the hot and cold faucet. The peak stands straight up and gently arching to direct its opening into the bathtub. The Roman style descriptor refers only to the location of the tap; these faucets are available in antique styles and modern styles.