All YATIN bathroom faucets may require numerous machining operations. For instance, over 32 machining operations are required for bigger faucet bodies using a rotary machining center controlled by computer program.
With the proper machine, it can take as little as 14 seconds to make a part.
The rough machined parts of the YATIN faucets are polished by hand, to ensure that all surfaces have impressive shine.
All manual polished parts are visually checked for surface imperfections, which are removed by sanding to have the parts finished to a high degree of smoothness.
First a base coating of electroplated nickel is applied on the YATIN bathroom faucet, followed by a thin coating of electroplated chromium.
The whole process is deposited from over 30 plating baths containing certain additives that improve corrosion resistance and durable shining chrome.
This process takes place on rotary assembly machines, which are precisely controlled. More than 20 parts stored in bins will be put together by manual and automated processes.
After final assembly, every YATIN bathroom faucet is pressure tested with air and water for leaks and tested for durability.