Dual-lever-handle three-hole widespread deck-mount bathroom faucets have two L-shaped handles that users pull toward or push away from themselves to start and stop the flow of water. Each handle is operated separately to control the hot and cold water supplies and adjust the temperature of the water coming out of the spout. These faucets provide water for handwashing and grooming tasks. Three-hole widespread deck-mount faucets install into a sink, counter, or horizontal surface with three holes where the outermost holes are 8" apart when measured from center-of-hole to center-of-hole.
Low-arc-spout faucets have short spouts that sit close to the sink basin. They are frequently used on high-traffic sinks in public or commercial areas because they minimize the distance water travels from the spout to the sink, which reduces splashing.