Asked by: Vincent Abarinovhome and garden home appliances
What is a stem washer?
Last Updated: 8th February, 2020
Click to see full answer.
Similarly one may ask, what are beveled washers used for?
Beveled Washers. Beveled washers aresquare and while one bearing surface is flat, the other has anoblique (sloping) angle. Used in structural applications,they are designed for leveling and shimming purposes and arecommonly used when bolting through the flanges ofI-beams.
Secondly, how do I know what kind of faucet I have? Identifying Your Faucet Model
- The model number is printed on a tag that is attached to thecold water supply line of the faucet.
- The supply line is located below the sink, countertop, bathrim, or behind the bowl of a bidet.
- The model number, or part number, is typically preceded by"P/N."
- In the image above, the model number is 6227-V3-AA.
Consequently, what is a faucet stem?
The cartridge or stem is basically all the movingparts inside this faucet. It tells how big the openings are.How much hot water, how much cold water and allows you to changethe temperature coming out through the spout. With thisfaucet over here, it has two separatestems.
Which side of the washer goes down?
The side with the sharper edges goestowards the surface to be clamped. The rounded side goestowards the nut or bolt. If a split lock washer is also usedit goes between the nut/bolt and the flat washer.This holds for stamped washers.