Spare Parts for Perlator Tap

Spare Parts for Perlator Tap

We get frequent queries regarding fixing a Perlator Tap but ‘Perlator’ is just the brand name of the Aerator at the tip of the Spout.  It is not the actual name of the Tap Brand or the Tap.

Fortunately we stock most of the UK Leading Tap Brand Spare Parts and once we have the correct information as outlined in the blog link below then we will do our best to supply the part that you need to fix your Tap.  
Sometimes we can identify a Tap by the picture alone. Email all details to sales@tapsandsinksonline.co.uk with as much information as you have e.g. approx installation date of your tap. Please put in the Subject Header of the email that you wish Tap to be identified and your full name for reference.

Also please see this blog here if the picture is not sufficient for us (we will let you know on receipt of your picture)

This Blog link ‘My Kitchen Tap is dripping‘ will give you a detailed step by step guide as to how to identify your Tap so that we can then help you with the Spare Tap Part that you need.  We do NOT stock Bathroom Tap Parts.  We specialise in Kitchen Tap and Kitchen Sink Spare Parts.

Email all details to sales@tapsandsinksonline.co.uk

 

Please note that parts might be modified by the manufacturers over the years of a product being made. Therefore while we can guarantee that the parts we supply are as per the technical specifications sheets provided by the manufacturers, we can not always guarantee that a part will fit an older version of a product. All spare parts that do not fit can be returned for a refund but we do not refund associated postage costs.

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  1. Sandra Moxon November 22, 2017

    I have just contacted you regarding replacing the spout of a Perlator tap. Having looked into this a bit more it seems that the tap is actually a Franke Olympus tap with a silk steel finish.

    Many thanks.

    Sandra Moxon

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    • Alice November 22, 2017

      HI Sandra
      here is the link if you wish to purchase a new Franke Olympus Spout . Just click here.

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