Hangzhou Panasia Sanitary Ware Co., Ltd.

Connecting Hose Wholesale


As China Connecting Hose Manufacturers and Connecting Hose Factory, Hangzhou Panaisa Sanitary Ware Co., Ltd. (referred to as "Panasia") was established in December 2002, with its headquarters located in Tonglu, Zhejiang Province. Panasia is a high-tech enterprise specializing in the design, manufacture, and sale of kitchen and bathroom products. The company has a registered capital of 93.8 million RMB and has controlling subsidiaries Hangzhou Hoca Kitchen and Bath Products Co., Ltd. (referred to as "Hoca") and Hangzhou BDC Kitchen & Bath Technology Co., Ltd. (referred to as "BDC").
Panasia is one of the largest international high-end Kitchen and bathroom sanitary ware products suppliers in China, providing OEM and ODM services for globally renowned brands. As of 2022, the company's annual sales exceed $170 million, with faucet and accessories products sales accounting for over $100 million.
The company owns multiple invention patents and utility model patents, has passed the GB/T29490-2013 intellectual property management system certification, and is a national demonstration enterprise for intellectual property advantages. we supply Connecting Hose Wholesale, the company has a research and development team centered on a Zhejiang provincial-level enterprise research institute, consisting of more than 100 engineering and technical personnel and management experts, responsible for technical research and development, quality control, and other work.



How do you properly install and secure connecting hoses to prevent leaks and ensure a reliable connection to plumbing fixtures or appliances?

1. Gather the Necessary Tools and Materials:
Connecting hoses (ensure they are the correct type and length)
Adjustable wrench or pliers
Thread seal tape (Teflon tape)
Safety glasses
2. Turn Off the Water Supply:
Shut off the water supply to the plumbing fixture or appliance you are connecting the hose to. This may involve closing a valve or turning off the main water supply.
3. Drain the System (if necessary):
If there is residual water in the line, open a faucet or valve downstream to drain the water and relieve pressure.
4. Inspect Threads and Connections:
Check the threads on both the hose and the fixture/appliance to ensure they are clean and free of debris or old sealant. Clean if necessary.
5. Apply Thread Seal Tape:
Wrap a few layers of thread seal tape (Teflon tape) clockwise around the male threads of the fixture/appliance. This helps create a watertight seal and prevents leaks. Be sure not to overwrap, as excess tape can interfere with proper threading.
6. Attach the Hose:
Screw the female end of the connecting hose onto the male threads of the fixture/appliance by turning it clockwise. Hand-tighten as much as possible.
7. Use an Adjustable Wrench or Pliers:
For the final tightening, use an adjustable wrench or pliers to secure the connection. Be careful not to overtighten, as this can damage the threads or the hose. Use the wrench to provide a snug fit.
8. Check for Leaks:
Once the hose is securely attached, turn on the water supply gradually and check for any leaks around the connection. If you notice leaks, turn off the water supply immediately and re-tighten the connection slightly. Repeat the leak check.
9. Secure the Hose:
Ensure the hose is properly supported and secured to prevent kinks or strains on the connection. You can use hose clamps or brackets designed for this purpose. Avoid bending or kinking the hose excessively.
10. Test for Proper Functioning:
- Turn on the fixture or appliance and check for proper water flow and pressure. Confirm that there are no further leaks at the connection.
11. Repeat for Additional Hoses:
- If you are connecting multiple hoses or additional fixtures/appliances, repeat the above steps for each connection.
12. Keep an Eye on Connections:
- Periodically inspect the connections for signs of wear, corrosion, or leaks. Replace hoses or reapply thread seal tape as needed.
13. Consider Professional Installation:
- If you are unsure about the installation process or encounter difficulties, it's advisable to seek the assistance of a professional plumber to ensure proper installation and prevent potential issues.