Single-joystick-handle single-hole deck-mount kitchen sink faucets have one handle that extends from the top of the faucet and looks like a joystick. Users can grip the joystick handle and move it to control water temperature and flow through the faucet. These faucets combine the hot and cold water supplies to come out through a single spout, and they provide water for dishwashing, cooking, handwashing, and other tasks. Single-hole deck-mount faucets install into one hole on a flat surface, such as a sink or counter.
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.
Low-arc pull-out-spout faucets have a short spout that sits close to the sink basin, which minimizes the distance water travels from the spout to the sink to reduce splashing. A flexible, retractable hose at the end of the spout can be pulled out to allow the water to be directed where it is needed. These faucets are commonly used in residential kitchens.